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St. Louisans marched for justice for Mike Brown and Kajieme Powell

Missouri Organization for Reform and Empowerment MORE lead a protest against police abuse and the killing of Michael Brown and Kajieme Powell at noon on Tuesday, August 26th, 2014. MORE was joined by Jobs with Justice, the Black Panther, Citizens against Police Crimes and Repression and many other progressive activist, community leaders as well as participants from around the world. A reporter from Telesur, a South American news station was there. Kajieme Powell was killed by St. Louis police officer after he waved a knife a them. The protester believed both shootings were an example of police abuse. They want police involve in the shooting of Brown and Powell to be convicted. They marched from St. Louis City hall to the U.S Justice department's Thomas Eagleton building. The demanded Justice for Mike Brown and for Kajieme Powell by marching to City Hall and to the Department of Justice.

Viewers can hear people shouting, "Move Cops get out, Get out the way!" Some people entered the federal building while other people stayed outside. There are conversations around the region talking about healing St. Louis. Aldermen Antonio French Started Heal St. Louis. St. Louis Public Radio will host a discussion s at 6 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 28, at Wellspring Church, 33 S. Florissant Road, Ferguson. Parking is available in the church lot on Wesley Avenue, just west of the church. NPR's Michele Martin, former host of Tell Me More, will serve as moderator for this event.