Students show support for Michael Brown

Students at Sarah Lawrence College held a rally Monday to show solidarity for Michael Brown, the unarmed teenager killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.



Students rallied at the school's Yonkers campus.



The students stood silent for 4 1/2 minutes to show their support for Brown.



They say they want to open up a dialogue about racism. Students say they are concerned about racism on their campus and hope the rally will raise awareness.



 


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