By A.J. Bayatpou, fox6now.com

[Last night] Reggie Jackson, chairman of the board of America’s Black Holocaust Museum, gave a presentation [at the Racine Public Library] on the officer-involved shooting in Ferguson, and some of the people involved.

He says he wasn’t surprised by the outcome in Ferguson, just disappointed. He says he understands why he was able to draw a considerable crowd on Tuesday evening.

“I think it’s an issue that’s touched a lot of people from a lot of different communities and people are really very emotional. People want to express that and get that out of their system and also learn more about why those things happened,” Jackson said.

The event has been in the works since Michael Brown was shot in August.

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