Fifty years later, police violence still happens every day; segregation, discrimination and stigmatization of black Americans are still systemic.
For a year, the national indignation aroused by the death of the young African-American Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri , has changed nothing, or nearly nothing.
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Another unarmed black man has been killed by a policeman. It is the latest in a long series of incidents after the events in Missouri.
A battle was lost in Ferguson, but to continue that struggle remains our immediate, urgent and long-term call.