It’s been 5 years. Half a decade and we’re still asking what needs to change. Changes that were implemented post Ferguson were easily rescinded. Every reform effort resisted. With the exception of a few scapegoats, ‘leadership’ is still in tact. The battle against the system and status quo morphed into a battle between the establishment Dem machine and it’s minions vs the black misleadership/overseer class. We are collateral damage, our movement transformed… the community and grassroots pushed out replaced with the black establishment class, prosecutors and nonprofits… we’re cheering the very people we’re supposed to be independent of and holding accountable. <br><br>We are being bamboozled. The pushback for even talking about this is real fam…

It's been 5 years. Half a decade and we're still asking what needs to change. Changes that were implemented post Ferguson were easily rescinded. Every reform effort resisted. With the exception of a few scapegoats, 'leadership' is still in tact. The battle against the system and status quo morphed into a battle between the establishment Dem machine and it's minions vs the black misleadership/overseer class. We are collateral damage, our movement transformed... the community and grassroots pushed out replaced with the black establishment class, prosecutors and nonprofits... we're cheering the very people we're supposed to be independent of and holding accountable.

We are being bamboozled. The pushback for even talking about this is real fam...

Five years after Michael Brown's death, tell us: What has changed since August 2014? What still needs to change?

The changes of the last five years may be monumental to some, or incremental to others.
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