Pastor Darryl Meredith
talks with Erica Campbell
about the peaceful protests going on after the death of Alton Sterling
. The 35-year-old victim was shot and killed in Baton Rouge
two days ago. Meredith referred to this incident as a ongoing “disease” happening all over the world. He wants to have a workshop about guns and profiling with young Black men.
Jay Michaels, Program Director for Heaven 1460 WKOK-AM in Baton Rouge gives insight about the cities protests and states, “People are on edge, but asking everyone to be peaceful.”
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Celebrities React To The Shooting Death Of Alton Sterling By Police
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1. The world is outraged after a video surfaced on Tuesday night of a Baton Rouge, Louisiana police officer shooting and killing an unarmed Black man who was selling CDs outside of a Food Mart. Sterling was shot multiple times in the chest and back and died immediately.
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2. Zendaya was one of the first celebs to react on social media.
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3. Diggy Simmons shared his feelings on Twitter.
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4. NBA star John Wall simply tweeted Sterling’s name.
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5. D.L Hughley spoke out on cops wearing body cams.
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6. Amandla Stenberg spoke on the importance of Jesse William’s BET Awards speech.
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7. Activist Deray Mckesson shared his disbelief.
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8. Samira Wiley wants the media to “Say His Name.”
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9. Karrueche shared her condolences.
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10. Amy Schumer sent her love.
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11. NBA star Jeremy Lin expressed his frustration.
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12. Angie Martinez expressed her shock.
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