Up with Radical Hope…

This is going to be the OBS rallying call as we stay optimistic in the face of ugly anti-Black attitudes and actions with our Freedom Movement. These two concepts came separately from OBS members Sistah Jennifer and Baba Kalimu. It made sense to put them together for the political grounding we’ll need in 2018.

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January 19, 2018

Let the Prosecutor Do Her Job

OBS stood in solidarity with the Concerned Citizens of St. Louis to support Kim Gardner’s indictment of Missouri Governor Eric Greitens. Gardner is the City’s first African American Circuit Attorney. Greitens was charged with a felony count of invasion of privacy connected to an extramarital affair he had in 2015. Gardner is catching hell for her […]

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March 11, 2018

Have you signed THE petitions yet?

Have you signed a petition for Raising Up Missouri (minimum wage) and for getting big corporate money out of our politics (CLEAN)? We can hook you up!! Call us at 314.367.5959.

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February 23, 2018

OBS Receives Recognition for our Work

The Organization for Black Struggle, along with a few organizations, were honored for our consistent work for and with our community. The recognition was by the Black Caucus/Board of Alders during their annual Black History Month Program. Tempestt Tuggle accepted the proclamation on our behalf. Also on hand was Kendra Tatum and Jamala Rogers.

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February 23, 2018