Saturday, August 23, 2014

Ferguson Library Becomes Refuge for Adults and Children Amid Strife FERGUSON, Missouri — Aug 20, 2014, 3:17 PM ET By COLLEEN CURRY and MICAH GRIMES

Amid all of the strife engulfing Ferguson, Missouri, this month, there is one spot in town that has become a refuge for children and parents: the library.
The Ferguson Library has been an oasis of calm since the town's residents erupted in anger at the police after a Ferguson cop shot and killed an unarmed black teen, Michael Brown, on Aug. 9.
It has used Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to offer residents a place of respite for them to get bottled water, check their emails, and avoid the unrest developing on Ferguson's streets.
Gloria Pasley & Betsy Anderson outside the public library, willing to take students in

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