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(CNN) – President Obama held meetings on the Ferguson fallout Monday, where he weighed in on many controversial subjects including racial profiling and pushing for police to wear body cameras.
Some advocates had a list of demands, including requiring independent investigations into future police shootings, and defunding police departments that use excessive force or racially profile. What did Obama say to those demands?
Ferguson commission member Brittany Packnett, who created an online campaign called 'Don't Shoot,' was one of the select few invited to meet with the President. She shares more of what happened behind those closed doors in the video above.