After The Cameras Leave : Code Switch Five years ago, the death of an unarmed black teenager brought the town of Ferguson, Mo. to the center of a national conversation about policing in black communities. Since then, what's changed, if anything, in Ferguson?
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After The Cameras Leave

After The Cameras Leave

After The Cameras Leave

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Five years ago, the death of an unarmed black teenager brought the town of Ferguson, Mo. to the center of a national conversation about policing in black communities. Since then, what's changed, if anything, in Ferguson?

FERGUSON, MO - : A plaque in memory of teenager Mike Brown is embedded in the sidewalk near the Canfield Apartments where Mike Brown killed. The Washington Post/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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FERGUSON, MO - : A plaque in memory of teenager Mike Brown is embedded in the sidewalk near the Canfield Apartments where Mike Brown killed.

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