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Scenes From The Ferguson We Didn't See On Tv : Code Switch : Npr

"But it's become so common that we're used to it now." He hadn't been protesting himself, but his sympathies were with the protesters. Still, he was pessimistic about whether much would change once everything settled down. Wilhite told me that he was a retired Crip, which is when I realized that the navy blue pants and blue-speckled necklace he was wearing probably weren't a coincidence. He said that a lot of the younger guys who were out on the streets during the protests were from rival gangs, and that they had shelved their beefs while they were demonstrating with the police. Nearly everyone I'd talked to in Ferguson seemed to have a story of some run-in with the police. Wilson told me his. A few years ago, when he lived in a town about five minutes away, he and his girlfriend were having a loud argument in their driveway, he said. <br>Source:

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