Russel Honoré is a retired Lieutenant General who is best known for coordinating military relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. On Tuesday, Gen. Honoré appeared on “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin to assess conditions on the ground in Ferguson, the National Guard’s involvement in the St. Louis suburb and explained what protesters should be doing to change the narrative from rioting and looting.
The “NewsOne Now” panel joined in on the discussion questioning leadership in Ferguson a week after Mike Brown was murdered. Listen to their entire conversation below.
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