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“Police, police. KKK. How many kids did you kill today.”

Richmond locals march after Ferguson decision

“Police, police. KKK. How many kids did you kill today.”

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The Richmond community on Tuesday afternoon continued their stance of solidarity with Michael Brown, an 18-year old African American who was fatally shot by a white cop.

Richmond protest of Ferguson decision continues

The Richmond community on Tuesday afternoon continued their stance of solidarity with Michael Brown, an 18-year old African American who was fatally shot by a white cop.

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Ferguson decision sparks VCU march

Past 10 p.m. on a Monday night, a group of about thirty VCU students met in the Student Media Center on Broad Street. Crowding the facility, the students talked of injustice while they used sharpies to scribble messages to the likes of “Black Lives Matter” on cardboard.

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VCU students and Richmond locals convened on campus at the historic Crenshaw House last Thursday night in a display of solidarity with social activists and residents in Ferguson, Missouri.

Ferguson grand jury decision looms: Michael Brown lives on through VCU students’ support, art

VCU students and Richmond locals convened on campus at the historic Crenshaw House last Thursday night in a display of solidarity with social activists and residents in Ferguson, Missouri.

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Two articles published by a VCU School of Medicine professor show that Health Risk Assessments required by the Affordable Care Act could be beneficial to patients, but may place strain on the primary care providers who conduct them.

VCU articles suggest hope for patients on Medicare, strain on providers

Two articles published by a VCU School of Medicine professor show that Health Risk Assessments required by the Affordable Care Act could be beneficial to patients, but may place strain on the primary care providers who conduct them.

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