One year later: Have we moved from Michael Brown’s death?

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On Sunday, hundreds joined the family of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri for a moment of silence, one year after the unarmed 18-year-old was shot by police officer Darren Wilson.

Since then close to 30 black men have been killed by police leaving the questions: Have we moved on? And if not, can we move on?

Founder of When it's Real, It's Forever founder Nicole Paultre Bell, managing editor for the Grio Todd Johnson and former NYPD lieutenant Dr. Darrin Porcher discuss more.

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