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Missouri Republicans have a lot of ideas about how to fight crime in the City of St. Louis, even if it means disregarding the overwhelming... [Read More]
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After years of working to bring Cure Violence to St. Louis and seeing that it is implemented properly, the Coalition Against Police Crimes and Repression... [Read More]
I have the great honor to announce that I've picked @KamalaHarris — a fearless fighter for the little guy, and one of the country's finest... [Read More]
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Two back-to-school giveaways are going on this week in north St. Louis. [Read More]
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Jayden Keys, a recent graduate of Riverview Gardens High School and valedictorian of the Class of 2020, was one of many to suffer from the... [Read More]
I have been an at-risk youth mentor in the City of St. Louis for going on three years now, and I have seen a lot... [Read More]
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In reporting on the primary victory of Dr. Sam Page, Democratic candidate for St. Louis County executive, on August 4, The American noted that "Page... [Read More]
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Black women are many things. We are business executives, political strategists and elected officials, philanthropists, and activists. We are health and wellness practitioners. We are... [Read More]
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A St. Louis Public Radio reporter has resigned over allegations of racism as several other reporters of color join her in an online statement about... [Read More]
As the United States entered the COVID-19 pandemic, some cities such as St. Louis and Kansas City already struggled with increased violence in under-resourced communities.... [Read More]
Four people were arrested — two 22-year-old men, a 24-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman — during protests outside the Ferguson Police Department on Sunday,... [Read More]
The recent revocation of the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) represents the sanctioned return of... [Read More]
Mark Adrian Richardson, known by his friends as "Spanky," has enjoyed an uncomplicated life. Spanky, 52, has an infectious sense of humor and a zest... [Read More]
St. Louis-based law firm Lewis Rice will donate $25,000 to the Golf Foundation of Missouri's newly formed Larry L. Deskins Sr. Scholarship Fund. The foundation... [Read More]
St. Louis' healthcare systems are still seeing "troubling" numbers of new hospital COVID patients. [Read More]
Early Monday morning, August 3, in the midst of a global pandemic, sheriff's deputies evicted five St. Louis families from their homes and forced them... [Read More]
The year was 1959, and I was led by the Lord to move from Toledo, Ohio to San Diego, California. This was a fairly big... [Read More]
The top of the ticket for Missouri Democrats was uneventful in the primary election on Tuesday, August 4. [Read More]
On an election night when Black women flexed their power, Missouri's 5th Senatorial District seat passed from a Black woman to a Black man. Term-limited... [Read More]
Missouri state auditor and Democratic nominee for governor Nicole Galloway is challenging Gov. Mike Parsons to four debates before the November election. [Read More]
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