On a sunny morning in Ferguson, the boarded up windows along West Florissant Avenue are starting to vanish, replaced with sheets of hopeful-looking glass.
But for many residents, the damage of the past months won’t be easily repaired. Although nonprofit groups have swooped in to offer aid in Ferguson, many residents are still reeling from the past two months of protests, property damage, and violence at night.
The days and nights tend to be calmer now than they were in August. But for Christianna Jennings, the anger is still there.