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

Selma’s Lesson for Ferguson: Voting and Protest Go Hand in Hand

In March of 1965, peaceful protesters in the quiet town of Selma, Alabama, were confronted with violent police force, waking Americans to long-silenced injustices and hastening the passage of the Voting Rights Act. Recognized as the nation’s most effective civil rights law, the VRA was the result of a sustained, principled political struggle to defend […]

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February 4, 2017

Interim Ferguson Report

A Survey of Ferguson Stakeholders and A Vision of Community Policing Highlights The Ferguson Collaborative (formerly the DOJ Working Group) undertook our survey of Ferguson residents and stakeholders from a desire to raise up the voice of those directly affected by policing. It is from those voices, we believe, that the most effective solutions will […]

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February 4, 2017