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The Rev. Willis Johnson (left), pastor of Wellspring Church in Ferguson, speaks to the Rev. Michele Shumake-Keller after the panel discussion in Ferguson, Mo., on Thursday. Johnson said he hoped the event would be a step to healing a "community in trauma." Whitney Curtis for NPR hide caption

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Listen to NPR's Michel Martin recap the event on Morning Edition

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How The 'Kung Fu Fighting' Melody Came To Represent Asia

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Police officers struggle with a man dripping wet from the blast of a fire hose during rioting in Rochester, N.Y., in 1964. Dozier Mobley/AP hide caption

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50 Years Before Ferguson, A Summer Of Riots Wracked The U.S.

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Police officers and other first responders attend a 2012 autism information training session in Wrentham, Mass. Several cities are working to reduce the risk of miscommunication between police officers and people with autism. Elise Amendola/AP hide caption

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For Parents Of Young Black Men With Autism, Extra Fear About Police

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Attorney General Eric Holder talks with Ferguson, Mo., residents Angela Whitman (left) and Jill Richards on Wednesday at Drake's Place Restaurant about issues surrounding the shooting of Michael Brown. J.B. Forbes/MCT/Landov hide caption

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Obama's Reaction To Ferguson Raises Questions About President's Role

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Children watch from their home in Ferguson, Mo., on Wednesday as people march to the police station to protest the shooting of Michael Brown. The school year was delayed in the St. Louis suburb amid protests, riots and looting in the wake of the police shooting. But classes are expected to start Monday. Charlie Riedel/AP hide caption

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Emotional Distress A Worry As Kids Go Back To School In Ferguson

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