Another View of Ferguson — Kindness, Generosity and Compassion

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Day after day, most of the images and stories from Ferguson, Missouri, have been depressing.

The quiet Midwest suburb appears to have devolved into a place where armored vehicles patrol streets, people can’t stop fighting, arrests are commonplace and tear gas pollutes the air.

Mike Knox has been staying at his barbershop until 4 a.m during the Ferguson protests to ward off looters Mike Knox has been staying at his barbershop until 4 a.m during the Ferguson protests to ward off looters

But there is actually good happening in Ferguson. There have been some extraordinary acts of kindness and generosity from people trying hard to hold their city together.

White, who lives in St. Louis County, walked a mile to give free water to protesters.

“We pooled together as a community to bring this,” she said. “So, we can stay…

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