As protesters and police continue to clash in Ferguson, Missouri, dozens come together to rally for the town in Omaha.
Nearly 100 people came together at 34th and Evans in Omaha on Sunday to support protesters. They say police have been given too much power in Ferguson, and Omaha can learn from what's happening there.
"I think it is very important to stand together and become a stronger community. But it is not only an African American community, it's in the community as a whole because it is the Omaha community," said rally-attendee Sundiata Menelik.
The group called for an end to what they call prejudice and senseless violence.
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