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Why is it an indictment can come down in less than 48 hours when police shoot one of their own, but civilian families of police violence are waiting months and years for justice? The Coalition Against Police Crimes and Repression held a press conference to stand with Toni Taylor and Gina Torres, mothers of Cary Ball, Jr. and Isaiah Hammett, who were murdered by police. Read OBS’ statement delivered by Malik Sims.
St. Louis again made history with replacing racist, white prosecutors with African American reformers. Our challenge is to always to demand accountability but to also support The People’s agenda. Read Letter from the St. Louis County Reform Coalition.
This workshop for organizers (or not!) who want to have more time and energy to participate in community organizations and issues. There will be two repeating workshops facilitated by veteran organizer Jamala Rogers. One workshop will be Friday, January 18 from 10:00-11:30 am, at the OBS office, 5261 Delmar, Suite 301. The second will be Saturday, January 19 from 10-11:30 am, at the Rowan Center-1401 Rowan Avenue. The workshop is free and open to the public. Space is limited so you must register at firstname.lastname@example.org by simple putting “I’m Getting Organized!” in the Subject Line.
You must see the St. Louis Black Rep’s World Premiere of CANFIELD DRIVE. OBS’s Jamala Rogers will participate in the January 19 post-performance discussion at the Edison Theater. Click here for more info.