100 Days of Justice

“I will not prosecute poverty.” To a standing-room-only crowd, Wesley Bell talked about what he’s been up to in the first 100 days as the 1st African American St. Louis County prosecutor. One of the areas of concerns that was brought up was the issue of child support. Bell stated that from experience he knows […]

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April 15, 2019

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OBS Condemns NZ Terrorist Attack

March 15. Bigotry and racist hatred have once again reared its ugly head. The Organization for Black Struggle (OBS) vehemently condemns the evil that claimed nearly 50 people in New Zealand today and injured dozens of others. This attack is another reminder that Muslims all over the world are in the crosshairs of Islamophobia. We […]

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March 19, 2019

Marlene Schuman: Rest in Power

Marlene Schuman January 7, 1947 – February 9, 2019 St. Louis lost a gentle warrior in the physical form of Marlene “Mar” Schuman. Marlene had requested that her memorial be held at the Rowan Community Center, a space where she spent many hours engaged in political discussion, strategizing and networking. Fortunately, she was convinced the […]

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March 17, 2019