FROM MY POINT OF VIEW
From what I researched and what I know before researching, I learned that Brown's death was unjustified as well as the relations between the protesters and the police were hindered by the cultural boundary called racism. Tensions grew and exploded, which is something I do not like personally. It would of been more reasonable to resolve things peacefully as like what the people of Black Lives Matter would stand for. This unrest was definitely identified as one of the intellectual histories, in defines as "Written histories that focus on the development of ideas.” (Martin et al. 123). It was an history of an idea upon solving and pushing forward the awareness that more African Americans are targeted than any other minorities. So is it not best to stand up for yourself against authority that is hurting you? I know would become an activist, would you?