Black Lives Matter

Whose Streets?
Documentary Whose Streets? is based on the demonstrations in Ferguson following the murder of Michael Brown in 2014, as well as the belief that we have the right to protest against injustice.

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The right to own and carry weapons has always been rooted in American culture and tradition. This is also one of the reasons why, unlike major parts of Europe, police in the United States are always armed. The result is that hundreds of civilians are killed annually by police in the United States; an average of three civilians died every day. In several surveys, it is claimed that unarmed African Americans are more than twice as likely to be subject to such police killings as their white nationals are.

Killed at Michael Brown. The documentary Whose Streets? is based on the uprising and the subsequent demonstrations in Ferguson in the wake of the assassination of Michael Brown. The 18-year-old was shot by police officer Darren Wilson. . .

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