Last night, Glenn recorded two messages on Facebook. First, he spoke directly to the people of Ferguson, encouraging them to show the world the kind of people they can be. Violence has never solved anything, and the most powerful weapon to fight in justice is love.
"Love is universally always right and vengeance is universally always wrong," Glenn said.
"I imagine that you're angry that people are saying you're going to loot. I imagine you're angry that people are coming in from out of town and using this as an opportunity to loot."
"Now is your time to prove everybody wrong," Glenn said. "Whatever you choose in the next few days will be etched in the history books forever. You don't want to be remembered as rioters, you want to be remembered as leaders. The choice is yours."
Some didn't agree with Glenn's message, and he responded to reader comments on questions late last night:
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