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Black Friday Protests

The day is normally reserved for holiday shoppers to descend on malls and stores to find the best deals; but those still angry about the Ferguson, Missouri grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown used the day to protest at retail sites in Ferguson, St. Louis, Chicago, San Francisco and other cities.


Ray Rice Decision

A legal victory for Baltimore Ravones running back Ray Rice on Monday, as he won his appeal of his indefinite suspension handed down by the National Football League after video surfaced of him punching his then fiance and knocking her unconscious in an Atlantic City elevator. Rice can now sign with any N.F.L. team.


H street Walmart Protest

Demonstrators protesting a need for increased wages temporaritly shut down the Walmart store on H-street in the District on Monday.  Protestors were demanding wages of 15-dollars an hour and access to full-time employment.  Some of those demonstrators included H-street Walmart employees.





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