An undeniable and unfortunate highlight of 2014 was the death of Michael Brown, an unarmed, African American, teenage male who was fatally shot by on-duty officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, MO. The death of Brown was not the first of its kind, but the incident incited weeks of protests, riots and looting. Catching the attention of local and national media outlets, there was an outcry for justice for Brown and victims like him, such as Eric Garner. Garner was African American male killed in New York by a police officer who had him in a choke hold while Garner said, “I can’t breathe.” Journalists produced first-hand accounts of the mounting situation in Ferguson and celebrities poured in with their support. Both consumed social media along with citizen journalists and sympathizers, of both Brown and Wilson, who believed something needed to be done.