Big changes are in store for Ferguson, Missouri. Voters there flooded the polls to elect two African Americans to their city council.
Once the candidates take their seats, it will be the first time that blacks have controlled half the council. This was the first election held since the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Rev. Starsky Wilson joined the show to talk about Ferguson's political future. He is the co-chair of the Ferguson Commission. It's a group of community leaders set up after Brown's death.