A roundup of editorials Tuesday includes a look at the lingering damage from Ferguson; the argument of climate control; and a ceremony in Columbus, Georgia, that people across the country should take note of.
Here are some opinions from the Left.
From the New York Times: The 2014 police shooting in the Missouri town led to the discovery of systemic bigotry. That discovery still haunts the city.
Charlotte Observer: It should not be controversial to say we must come to grips with changing climatehttps://t.co/LxJ8uy9fdY— Thomas Frisbie (@thomasfrisbie) September 18, 2017
From the Charlotte Observer: The number of extreme natural disasters have quadrupled since 1970, but the death tolls from those disasters have fallen. We can adapt, if we can stop sniping.
From the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer: It was a funeral procession that focused a message – too many young black people are dying.
Click here to read some opinions from the right.