In-depth timeline with map and comparison of witness accounts and law enforcement.
Documents and evidence presented to the grand jury in Clayton, Mo., that was deciding whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the August shooting of Michael Brown. Archived by Stanford.
Detailed timeline of events that took place on November 24, 2014, the date of indictment.
"[A] digital repository that seeks to preserve and make accessible community- and media-generated, original content that was captured and created following the killing of 18-year-old, Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri on August 9, 2014. A freely available resource for students, scholars, teachers, and the greater community, Documenting Ferguson has the ultimate goal of providing diverse perspectives of the events surrounding the conflicts in Ferguson."
Public group collecting articles, social media, and citizen journalism about Ferguson.
See real time and past Tweets about Ferguson.
"Now more than ever, America needs productive conversations about race, stereotyping, police, crime and social justice. And too often, our national media continues to fall short."
ACLU comment on Ferguson grand jury decision.
Veterans discuss the militarized police response to protests after the killing of Michael Brown.
"The football players' action sparked widespread reaction across social media. Some drew parallels between what the Rams players did and the black power salute by two black Olympians from the United States at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City."
An investigation by the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division into the police department in Ferguson, Mo., found a pattern of racial bias between 2012 and 2014 violating the Constitution and federal law.
A report by the United States Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, March 4, 2015.
A discussion of how post-non-indictment rebellion is not "looting" or a "riot."
In comic form.
Review of indictment with examination of racial profiling and killing by police officers.
Collaboration between MTV and the Southern Poverty Law Center to create PSAs and online interaction related to racism, privilege, and inequality surrounding Ferguson events.
"It’s not just Ferguson—here’s how the system protects police."
An account of how the #BlackLivesMatter movement began and where it stands currently by one of its founders.
Both Cullors and Moore will be in Tucson for the Black Lives Matter conference in January 2015 (see more info on the Campus Resources page).
A collection of interactive maps to examine white flight, race and property, municipal zoning, and urban renewal in St. Louis
What you can do to help the Ferguson community
Race and Identity, Remixed