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'We shouldn't have to be here': Rev. Al Sharpton calls for justice at Andrew Brown Jr.'s funeral

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During the funeral services for Andrew Brown Jr., a Black man who was fatally shot by North Carolina police, Reverend Al Sharpton said that Brown should be celebrated but his death should not be excused. Sharpton went on to say that the focus should also be on justice because these funerals should not be a "natural occurrence."