Eric McDaniel

University of Texas at Austin

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Religious and civic leaders like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have been telling protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, “Don’t riot…vote.”

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Religious and civic leaders like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have been telling protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, “Don’t riot…vote.”

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