Inspirational: Man Vows to Change Narrative on Ferguson

Terrence Williams, a 23-year-old from Ferguson, Missouri is an inspiration in a sea of chaos and unrest. An image of him cleaning up after the looting and riots went viral after Huffington Post writer Ryan Reilly tweeted it, indicating that he had been out on the streets cleaning up for several hours.

Via the Daily Signal:

Terrence Williams, 23, is a St. Louis native working hard to change the narrative that has inundated this city over the past several weeks.

While riots and looting have turned Ferguson into a catalyst for the race debate in the 21st century, Williams takes to the streets with a garbage bag in hand—helping to clean up and rebuild both the city and its relationships.

The Daily Signal spoke with Williams and found something in his background that may help explain his will and desire to change all of the negative things that are happening in Ferguson.

He’s a former commander of the Marine Corps ROTC at Roosevelt High School.

And he also just so happens to aspire to become… a police officer. In Ferguson.

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Williams says in the video that he is simply trying to be a ‘positive role model.’

Do you think he is succeeding on that front?



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