“It’s a best friend thing. We always be holding on to each other,” said Destiny Sommelier 10, right, who walks with friends Akeeylah Kelly, 8, and Saniya Bryant, 10, near their bus stop on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015, in Ferguson, Mo. The girls often walk past the home of deceased classmate Jamyla Bolden.
“It’s a best friend thing. We always be holding on to each other,” said Destiny Sommelier 10, right, who walks with friends Akeeylah Kelly, 8, and Saniya Bryant, 10, near their bus stop on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015, in Ferguson, Mo. The girls often walk past the home of deceased classmate Jamyla Bolden. Laurie Skrivan Tribune News Service
“It’s a best friend thing. We always be holding on to each other,” said Destiny Sommelier 10, right, who walks with friends Akeeylah Kelly, 8, and Saniya Bryant, 10, near their bus stop on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015, in Ferguson, Mo. The girls often walk past the home of deceased classmate Jamyla Bolden. Laurie Skrivan Tribune News Service

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