It's been more than two years since Ferguson, Missouri, was rocked by violence after a white police officer killed African-American Michael Brown. While the officer was cleared of any wrongdoing, the case led to a federal investigation that uncovered racial bias within the city's police department. VOA's Chris Simkins reports from Ferguson on the progress the city has made since the unrest.
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