Community Divides Are Still Wide A Year Later In Ferguson

Community Divides Are Still Wide A Year Later In Ferguson

By Jason Rosenbaum

After Michael Brown’s death, there was optimism about broad change within the city — and the St. Louis region. But a year later there’s concern that the promised public policy push might never happen.

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