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St. Louis, Missouri

St. Louis reacts to the decision not to indict Darren Wilson for the murder of Michael Brown.

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Local artists volunteered to paint over boarded up shop windows.

Local artists volunteered to paint over boarded up shop windows.1Picture by Nicholas ShereikisTree House boarded up it's windows in anticipation of riots.2Picture by Nicholas ShereikisDespite being boarded up, many stores remained open to the public.3Picture by Nicholas ShereikisArtwork outside of Rocket Century in St. Louis, MO.4Picture by Nicholas ShereikisSome stores used the opportunity to advertise their businesses, while others protested the decision.5Picture by Nicholas ShereikisArtists of varying talent came out to support their community.6Picture by Nicholas Shereikis"Celebrate a community that favors diversity."7Picture by Nicholas ShereikisThe St. Louis Post Office sports one of the most detailed images in the area.8Picture by Nicholas ShereikisStores make the best of the situation.9Picture by Nicholas ShereikisEvery message painted provides a positive outlook for the future.10Picture by Nicholas ShereikisRooster boards up its windows.11Picture by Nicholas ShereikisMessages of peace and hope for change are everywhere.12Picture by Nicholas ShereikisPeople stop to take pictures with the window art.13Picture by Nicholas ShereikisA woman stops to read the messages painted on the boarded up windows of local shops in St. Louis, MO.14Picture by Nicholas Shereikis

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