Ferguson looks forward after looting and vigil for Michael Brown

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – Residents of Ferguson are picking-up the pieces from the looting on Sunday. Following the vigil for 18-year-old Michael Brown; there is a mood of despair, anger and frustration for community residents.

Some are angry about the police shooting of Michael Brown.  They want  justice for the Brown family; while others are frustrated over the lack of communication with Ferguson’s city leaders and police department.

Community activists and leaders are urging calm and dialogue with the community.  Some are coming to terms with Michael Brown’s shooting.  But, what is the best path to move forward?

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  • val e

    Looks forward to what? More of their neighbors friends and family destroying what is left of their community? I wish the whole hearted citizens the best but good riddance to the rest

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