Russel Honore

retired US Army lieutenant general

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Retired US Army lieutenant general who led Task Force Katrina in the aftermath of the 2005 hurricanes that struck the Gulf Coast

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For four nights after an officer killed a young, black man in Ferguson, Missouri, confrontations escalated between police and protesters.

Race and the Militarization of Policing in Ferguson, Missouri

For four nights after an officer killed a young, black man in Ferguson, Missouri, confrontations escalated between police and protesters.

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Rescue teams, doctors and food supplies are landing in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and more is on the way from all over the world.

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