Al Jazeera America – More than a hundred black congressional staffers walked off their jobs Thursday afternoon to protest recent grand jury decisions in New York City and Ferguson, Missouri, where no indictments were handed down for white police officers involved in the deaths of unarmed black men this summer.
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