The Ferguson Pictures You Aren’t Seeing Enough of

The Ferguson Pictures You Aren’t Seeing Enough of

By | The Loop Fire. Tear gas. Riot police. There’s some good hiding amongst all the bad. That’s how most people would sum up the visuals they’ve seen coming out of Ferguson, Missouri, lately. And to a large extent, they would be accurate. Ever since the fatal police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in August, violent protests have occurred in the city almost nightly.
The Ferguson Pictures You Aren’t Seeing Enough of

Here it is, the hug felt around the world. Reports say Devonte had been hesitant to even talk to the officer at first, but the cop warmed him up a little by talking about travel and summer vacation plans. Instant friendship! Image credit: The Canadian Press

But amid the burning cars and clouds of tear gas, something else is going on. Last weekend, an image of a young boy hugging a police officer during a Ferguson demonstration in Portland, Oregon, went viral. Devonte Hart, 12, was holding a “Free Hugs” sign when the officer approached him and extended his hand. Read more

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The Ferguson Pictures You Aren’t Seeing Enough of

The Ferguson Pictures You Aren’t Seeing Enough of

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