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All 14 counties that make up the St. Louis region are seeing an increase in the spread of COVID-19, said Dr. Alex Garza, incident commander... [Read More]
On July 30, 1965, Medicaid was born with the passage of Title XIX of the Social Security Act but the struggle began in 1935, with... [Read More]
"This time feels different" might be the most repeated phase in America at this moment, and that's because it's true. This time does feel different. [Read More]
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and the August 4 election is just weeks away, the statewide push to expand eligibility for Medicaid in Missouri comes... [Read More]
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When the activist group Expect Us announced that they would be assembling a protest Sunday night, they noted on their Facebook page that it would... [Read More]
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Better Family Life has been designated as an EnVision Center by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The north St. Louis nonprofit... [Read More]
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Over 85,000 daughters of Marsha P. Johnson, Ida B. Wells, Sojourner Truth and more walked in unison while marching millions of miles away from each... [Read More]
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Malcolm X stated, "the most disrespected person in America is the Black Woman." Over half a century later, his words still ring true. [Read More]
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I have been hearing from leaders in all sectors of American society that they are outraged by the brutal police killing of George Floyd. I... [Read More]
Asia Morgan is 18, and recently aged out of the foster care system. She was left fending for herself on the street, where she made... [Read More]
For many, the Fourth of July was not a day to celebrate but a day to rise up against the "hypocritical holiday." Marches and protests... [Read More]
Around when the 3rd of July turned into the 4th of July, St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson pulled over her SUV amid a group of... [Read More]
West Florissant Avenue in North St. Louis County drew national attention in 2014 for being Ground Zero of the Ferguson uprising. [Read More]
West Florissant Avenue in North St. Louis County drew national attention in 2014 for being Ground Zero of the Ferguson uprising. The abandoned Springwood Plaza at... [Read More]
Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who confronted peaceful protestors passing in front of their home while heavily armed and screaming, followed up with the amazing claim... [Read More]
When George Floyd cried out for his deceased mother while an officer's knee was on his neck during the arrest that ended his life, mothers... [Read More]
On Sunday, June 28, Mark and Patricia McCloskey stood on the lawn of their St. Louis, Missouri mansion, pointing their guns at protesters as they... [Read More]
The American Civil Liberties Union and ACLU of Missouri filed an emergency brief today urging the Circuit Court of Jackson County to halt eviction proceedings... [Read More]
The seven-hour Board of Aldermen meeting on Monday, June 29 has to be the low of my nearly six years on the board. My heart... [Read More]
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