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Ferguson, six months after the Michael Brown shooting




Ferguson Commission Co-Chair Rev. Starsky Wilson makes his opening remarks as Co-Chair Rich McClure and other commissioners listen during the commission's first meeting in Ferguson, Mo., Monday.
Ferguson Commission Co-Chair Rev. Starsky Wilson makes his opening remarks as Co-Chair Rich McClure and other commissioners listen during the commission's first meeting in Ferguson, Mo., Monday.
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It's been six months since 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by police officer Darren Wilson.

Brown's killing sparked nationwide protests and renewed conversations about police relations in communities of color.

So, a half-year later, are Ferguson residents finding their way back to "normal"?

We talk to Kenya Vaughn - she's a reporter and web editor with the St Louis American, one of the oldest African American newspapers currently in publication.