Richmond locals march after Ferguson decision

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

“They say Jim Crow, we say hell no.”

Chants of protest filled the air in downtown Richmond Tuesday night as men, women and children took to the streets to rally against the grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of Michael Brown.

Hundreds of protesters met at the steps of the John Marshall Courts Building where several VCU students gave speeches voicing their disagreement with the decision and showing support for Brown’s family and the Ferguson community. The crowd then marched through the downtown area, chanting, singing and waving signs of protest.

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“Cannibal Clan” Full Movie (2010)

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Throwback to my first feature-film, Cannibal Clan. Written and produced throughout my sophomore and junior years of high school, it stars my life-long best friends as both the innocent boy scouts lost in the woods and the zombie cannibals looking for a meal. It’s a severely amateur Z-movie, filled to the brim with illegally-used copyrighted music and plenty of plot holes, but it provided me with some amazing learning experiences in video production and editing, as well as some of my best memories. Check it out!

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Starring Shelby Fields as Curtis Tapert, Daniel Shinners as Yelnets Choake, Baylor Nelson as Johnny “Ponyboy” Summers, Alan Gordon as Steve “Sleetwoot” Fitzgerald, and featuring Jake Ford and Pat Dwyer as Dally and Skeeter.