NAACP used a community church (physical
capital) in Jennings to hold town meeting about
unrest in Ferguson.
Human Capital- Using knowledge of the
community and inequality to justify actions in
Ferguson-Florissant schools offers sack
lunches to students in need, while schools are
postponed due to unrest in the area.
Social Planning- School lunches are sometimes
the only source of food for students during the
day and with their planning they are helping
combat hunger, during this time.
Protestors take to the street many nights after
the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.
Police use tear gas and physical force in order
to break up the protestors.
National Guards brought in to help restore
peace and order in the community.
This is the most confrontational approach.
Little people asking for a change.
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the St, Louis County NAACP at Murchinson Tabernacle Church to discuss the killing of
18-year-old Michael Brown and the community unrest that followed his death on
August 11, 2014 in St. Louis Missouri. (photograph). Retrieved from: http://www.stlouis
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