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Samuel L. Jackson Urges Celebrities To Protest 'Racist Police' With THIS Video

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In the wake of several racially charged protests, Samuel L. Jackson posted a video on his public Facebook page urging celebrities to echo protesters in the fight for freedom.

In the clip, the 65-year-old actor tells Hollywood stars to spread the word of racial equality the same way they did about ALS via the Ice Bucket Challenge.

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Jackson said:

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Ferguson Protestors In Minnesota Mowed Down In Violent Vehicle Incident

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This is out of control.

A woman who was protesting the recent decision down in Ferguson, Mississippi sustained minor injuries in Minneapolis, Minnesota after a vehicle plowed through her and other folks protesting.

The demonstrators were there this past Tuesday to protest the grand jury's decision not to charge Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown when a vehicle attempted to drive through the crowd!

The driver later told police he was "attempting to flee from the mob."

The incident happened around

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A Body Has Been Found After Last Night's Ferguson Riots Near Where Michael Brown Was Fatally Shot

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The body of an unidentified black male in his 20s has been found in Ferguson, Mo., very close by to where Michael Brown was fatally shot back in August.

Following Monday night's controversial indictment decision for Darren Wilson and subsequent riots, Police reportedly found the body of a man who was shot to death and then burned on Tuesday morning.

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Michael Brown's Family Attorney And Al Sharpton Denounce Grand Jury Process And Ferguson Riots

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Al Sharpton speaks at a press conference the day after a grand jury decides not to indict Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown Jr.

Michael Brown's family attorneys held a press conference Tuesday, one day after a grand jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of the Ferguson teen.

Attorneys Benjamin Crump and Anthony Gray were joined by civil rights leader Al Sharpton. All three denounced both the process that let Wilson walk free and the prosecutor in the case, Robert McCulloch.

Crump took the podium first, saying:

"We strenuously objected to this prosecutor and this process … This process is broken. The process should be indicted."

Gray was equally critical of the grand jury process:

"We want equal process. We want justice."

Gray later asked viewers to "hold out hope" for further investigations, strongly suggesting that the Browns would file a wrongful death civil suit.

[ Related: Celebrities React To Ferguson Decision ]

Michael Brown Jr.'s father Michael Sr. — who wore a "No Justice No Peace" t-shirt — was expected to speak, but did not. "He doesn't want to misspeak because of such emotions that are going through him that will later be held against him," Crump explained.

The night before, Brown's stepfather Louis Head incited rioters by standing atop a car and shouting, "Burn this bitch down." Over a dozen local properties were looted, vandalized, or destroyed after the grand jury's decision was made public by McCulloch. Al Sharpton addressed the violence, which he called "destructive":

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Celebrities React To The Michael Brown/Ferguson Verdict

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The biggest news across America right now is that Ferguson officer Darren Wilson has not been indicted for the shooting death of Michael Brown.

This three-month-long saga has always been emotional, taxing not only the residents of Ferguson, Mo., but also anyone who has an opinion on the subject of criminal justice.

[ Related: Ferguson Verdict Reached ]

Celebrities and politicians have always used their fame as a platform to discuss political issues, and Monday's verdict was no exception.

President Barack Obama even made a live, televised statement following the decision, saying:

"First and foremost, we are a nation built on the rule of law. And so, we need to accept that this decision was the Grand Jury's to make. There are Americans who agree with it, and there are Americans who are deeply disappointed, even angry. It's an understandable reaction, but I join Michael's parents in asking anyone who protests this decision to do so peacefully.

President Obama was joined by celebs like Taraji P. Henson, Missy Elliott, and even the NAACP in voicing their opinions of the events taking place in Ferguson.

Ch-ch-check out the reactions on social media to the Grand Jury's decision. (below)

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Officer Darren Wilson & Michael Brown's Family Release Statements After Grand Jury Does Not Indict Wilson

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Officer Darren Wilson was not indicted by a grand jury in the shooting of Michael Brown.

While the country reacts to this decision, both Darren Wilson and Michael Brown's family have both issued responses.

Here's a statement released on behalf of officer Darren Wilson:

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