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'Show Me Democracy': Aftermath of Interstate 70 Protest

Family members, friends and protesters wait for the release of Brittany Ferrell outside of county jail

There are always risks that go hand in hand with disruptive protests. Brittany Ferrell anticipated being getting arrested, but didn't know she would face felony charges.

Shortly after the Interstate 70 shutdown ended, Brittany and others were arrested and held for twenty-four hours at the St. Louis County Jail in Clayton, Missouri. 

In this web exclusive scene from Show Me Democracy, we see Brittany being released and protesters chanting "the people united, will never be defeated" in her support. Despite efforts coming to a halt, this didn't break their spirits. It only elevated and pushed them to continue to make their voices heard while standing outside of the county jail. 

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