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Protests in Ferguson highlight racial disparity




Demonstrators taunt police during a protest over the shooting death of Michael Williams on Aug. 15, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri, Police shot pepper spray,  smoke, gas and flash grenades at protesters before retreating. Several businesses were looted as the county police sat nearby with armored personnel carriers (APC). Violent outbreaks have taken place in Ferguson since the shooting death of Brown by a Ferguson police officer on Aug. 9.
Demonstrators taunt police during a protest over the shooting death of Michael Williams on Aug. 15, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri, Police shot pepper spray, smoke, gas and flash grenades at protesters before retreating. Several businesses were looted as the county police sat nearby with armored personnel carriers (APC). Violent outbreaks have taken place in Ferguson since the shooting death of Brown by a Ferguson police officer on Aug. 9.
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News regarding the death of 18-year-0ld Michael Brown have been flooding out of Ferguson, Missouri. Among those news is the racial disparity that exists in the town. Two-thirds of the town's population is African American and yet, it's police force is predominantly white.

To take a closer look at the police's relationship with the community, Take Two is joined by Merrick Bobb, founding director of the Police Assessment Resource Center, an organization dedicated to increasing police oversight.