Best Scenes From The Little Rock Stop On HuffPost's Listen To America Tour

Damon Dahlen

The HuffPost bus sits in front of the Arkansas State Capitol during a visit to Little Rock, Arkansas, on Sept. 13, as part of "Listen To America: A HuffPost Road Trip." The outlet will visit more than 20 cities on its tour across the country.

A sign under an overpass in Arkansas.

The Junction Bridge illuminated during the evening hours. The bridge changed colors from time to time.

You can walk across Junction Bridge, which is lit with LED lights.

The city of skyline of Little Rock as seen from the Junction Bridge.

One of the many quaint city streets in Little Rock.

Jodi Morris speaks during a tour of Little Rock Central High School.

The restored Magnolia gas station beside Little Rock Central High School.

Little Rock Central High School, which is now a designated national historic site.

The William J. Clinton Presidential Library building.

The roadway leading up to the William J. Clinton Presidential Library building.

A replica of the Oval Office in the The William J. Clinton Presidential Library.

HuffPost sets up its bus outside of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library.

Will Tooke interviews Robert Walker on the HuffPost bus.

The HuffPost bus on location.

Adam Schultz edits video on the bus. 

Shambala, a food truck owned by Phoebe Glass and Amir Salem, serves up vegetarian food near the HuffPost video activation site.

Hillary Frey, HuffPost's director of editorial strategy, works during the HuffPost visit to Little Rock.

The Loblolly food truck at the HuffPost activation site.

HuffPost reporter Jenna Amatulli orders ice cream from the Loblolly food truck.

Frey introduces the "€œVictory Over Violence: Overcoming Gangs in Little Rock"€ event.

Moderator Kevin Kelly Listens to panelists Leifel Jackson, Joyce Elliott, Tristan Wilkerson and Police Chief Buckner talk about crime in Little Rock.

Leifel Jackson speaks to the crowd.

Joyce Elliott laughs at Tristan Wilkerson's comments.

The crowd listens to the speakers during the "Victory Over Violence: Overcoming Gangs in Little Rock"€ event.

Little Rock Police Chief Buckner talks to the crowd.

The HuffPost bus at Philander Smith College in Little Rock.

Tooke works aboard the bus as HuffPost staff members make their way to Oxford, Mississippi.

Bus driver Bobby Jensen does some late-night driving on the way to Oxford.

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