Nigel Jones-Mack, 3, waits for protesters to catch up Saturday during a Ferguson march in downtown St. Louis. He was there with family and had been trying to encourage the marchers on with a whistle and an exaggerated marching step. He stopped after getting ahead of his grandmother, Beverly Jones, who called for him to wait.
Nigel Jones-Mack, 3, waits for protesters to catch up Saturday during a Ferguson march in downtown St. Louis. He was there with family and had been trying to encourage the marchers on with a whistle and an exaggerated marching step. He stopped after getting ahead of his grandmother, Beverly Jones, who called for him to wait. Koran Addo MCT
Nigel Jones-Mack, 3, waits for protesters to catch up Saturday during a Ferguson march in downtown St. Louis. He was there with family and had been trying to encourage the marchers on with a whistle and an exaggerated marching step. He stopped after getting ahead of his grandmother, Beverly Jones, who called for him to wait. Koran Addo MCT

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