Larry Miller of St. Louis addressed the Ferguson City Council on Tuesday at the Greater Grace Church.
DILIP VISHWANAT FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
FERGUSON, Mo. — The first Ferguson City Council meeting since the police killing of Michael Brown one month ago erupted on Tuesday into an outpouring of grievances — accusations of racism, police harassment and government incompetence — as hundreds of residents made angry appeals for change.
It was 10 minutes into the meeting when the audience turned emotional, chanting Mr. Brown’s name and shouting at the Council members and mayor, James Knowles III, who sat on the stage in a packed church.
Written by JULIE BOSMAN
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