St. Louis Mayoral Candidates Forum with Tishaura Jones

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Sat. March 27, 2021 Noon CST

The St. Louis Community Justice Coalition (CJC) is hosting its second mayoral forum for the two candidates who received the votes necessary to advance to the April 6 General Election. This mayoral forum will focus on public safety and the St. Louis departments responsible for ensuring fairness and safety of all our citizens.

Tishaura Jones

Community Justice Coalition Members, organizations listed for identification purposes only:

Rev. Dr. Linden Bowie, Missionary Baptist State Convention of Missouri • Rev. Dr. Spencer Lamar Booker, Social Action Commission of The Afri-can Methodist Episcopal Church • Reverend Darryl Gray, Social Justice Commission, Progressive Missionary Baptist State Convention • Jay Ozier & Lew Moye, Coalition of Black Trade Unionist • Jamala Rogers, Organization for Black Struggle • Walle Amusa, Campaign for Respect, Fairness and Human Dignity • Willie Boyd, End Mass Incarceration • Amir Brandy, RealStlNews / Peacekeepers • Zaki Baruti, The Universal African Peoples Organization • Jerryl Christmas, Attorney at Law • Martha West, Community Block Unit #302 • Carol Jackson, Pashon Consulting, Inc.

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