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article imageTwitter co-founder Jack Dorsey marches in Ferguson protests

By Owen Weldon     Aug 17, 2014 in Lifestyle
Ferguson - Jack Dorsey, the co-founder and the first person to send out a tweet from Twitter, has been using Twitter to provide updates live from the ground at the protests in Ferguson, Missouri.
On Friday Dorsey traveled back to his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. Since then he has been tweeting updates from the protests, which stem from the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, 18. According to Business Insider, Dorsey has also been posting a bunch of Vine videos.
According to LA Times, Dorsey was still Tweeting out videos on Saturday. The videos showed him with marchers, and he also shared a photo of him with Antonio French, an Alderman in St. Louis.
Some of the videos showed people walking in the rain on West Florissant Ave and cars passing by and honking. One of the clips that Dorsey shared included one of Rev. Jesse Jackson, according to STLToday.
Dorsey also shared a video on Vine, and said that People's cameras outnumber and outbroadcast the cameras. The clip showed a bunch of people standing around with their cameras.
On Friday Dorsey sent out a Tweet and said that it felt good to be home. He proceeded to say that he will be joining protesters in Ferguson all weekend long.
Dorsey is currently the CEO of Square, a mobile payments company that he founded.
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