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    Racial Tensions High Over Police Shooting of African American Youthi
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    Chris Simkins
    August 13, 2014 7:47 PM
    Racial tensions remain high in a suburb outside Saint Louis, Missouri days after an unarmed black teenager was shot to death, allegedly by a white police officer. Civil rights leaders and President Barack Obama are calling for calm. As VOA’s Chris Simkins reports, federal authorities are investigating other recent altercations between African Americans and police.

    Racial Tensions High Over Police Shooting of African American Youth

    Chris Simkins

    Published August 13, 2014

    Racial tensions remain high in a suburb outside Saint Louis, Missouri days after an unarmed black teenager was shot to death, allegedly by a white police officer. Civil rights leaders and President Barack Obama are calling for calm. As VOA’s Chris Simkins reports, federal authorities are investigating other recent altercations between African Americans and police.


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