Lessons From Ferguson by Captain Ronald Johnson

August 9 is a historic day. In 1945, at 11:02am, US forces dropped the second atomic bomb on Nagasaki. In 1975, Richard Nixon resigned because of Watergate. August 9th's recent notoriety is attributed to Ferguson, MO where white officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown, a black teenager. Missouri Patrol Captain Ronald Johnson coordinated law enforcement agencies amid Ferguson uproar. He will discuss the challenge of moving past the past, creating order amidst chaos and what we can learn from this new moment in history.

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