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FERGUSON-ANNIVERSARY/
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August 05, 2015
Bridget Guthrie, 52, a pharmacy technician, poses for a portrait from the door of her residence in Ferguson,...
FERGUSON, UNITED STATES
Wider Image: Portraits Of Ferguson
Bridget Guthrie, 52, a pharmacy technician, poses for a portrait from the door of her residence in Ferguson, Missouri July 25, 2015. When asked how Michael Brown's death affected her life, Guthrie said, "It has been a major inconvenience because the restaurants and businesses we used to frequent were destroyed and we have to go to other communities." When asked what changes she has seen in her community over the past year, Guthrie said, "The community has become more close knit. People have become tighter as family, fight the cause and prove to the media what they put on television [about Ferguson] is wrong. Despite everything that happened, I still wouldn't move because I love this community. It is a great community to live in." On August 9, 2014 a white police officer shot unarmed black teenager Michael Brown dead in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri. A year later Reuters photographer Adrees Latif returned to Ferguson, where he has documented events in the past year, to capture the portraits of local residents and canvass their views. REUTERS/Adrees Latif PICTURE 9 OF 13 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "PORTRAITS OF FERGUSON"SEARCH "LATIF PORTRAITS" FOR ALL PICTURES
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