“Can you set aside your belief and listen to all the facts of the case?”
How would you want to see your tax money re-invested in St. Louis? OBS organizer Kendra Tatum was invited by Alderwoman Pamela Boyd to give a presentation on Reinvesting in Public Safety to 27th ward residents.
“What are you willing to do about these issues?” Rarely does anybody without an agenda come into our community and ask us questions about safety, housing, voting or even jobs.
Wanna share your story as a Black worker? OBS is looking for workers to share their stories about their job and being a worker. Everyone has a story to tell about their work experience and they aren’t the same.
Sistahs Talkin’ Back is back! The 26th Affirmations program theme was “From Pain to Power: Ending all Forms of Violence Against Women.” We thank all of our female vendors, participants, and panelists.
The Coalition Against Police Crimes and Repression thanked BB233 sponsor Ald. Terry Kennedy after the historic vote for give the Civilian Oversight Board subpoena power.
Attorney Hope Whitehead will facilitate a teach-in on jury education on Tuesday, April 17, 2017 from 6:00-7:30 pm. The teach-in is part of OBS’s “Black Jurors Matter” Campaign to increase the numbers of informed and willing African American jurors. The session will be held at the Rowan Community Center, 1401 Rowan Avenue. The teach-in is free and open to the public.
Jamala, Virvus Jones and Mike Jones had a conversation about where they were on April 4, 1968, and where the King legacy is 50 years later. Listen here St. Louis Public Radio.