A day following riots sparked by the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case, the streets of Ferguson were filled with volunteer clean up crews fixing storefront windows.
“We’re just going to do whatever we can do to bring some peace to the neighborhood,” one volunteer told Fusion’s Mariana Atencio.
But how does the torn and divided community heal emotionally? And what should the conversation be moving forward? For community peacekeeper Charles Mayo, part of the answer must come from the political process.
“We have to find some more constructive way to get a policy in place to pass a bill so this doesn’t happen,” Mayo said