Miss me with the ‘There she go’… nothing I say is news to anybody who watches black leadership in St. Louis. This a week after Mike Brown was murdered, <br><br>”My view is the circumstances that created the events that resulted in tragedy of Michael Brown’s much too early death can be placed squarely at the feet of black leadership, or I should have said at the failure of black leadership to fulfill the only moral imperative of leadership – protecting and advancing the interest of the people you lead.” – Mike Jones <br><br>Fast forward to today.. we have black leaders and protester turned leaders who went from fighting against oppression, racism and the establishment machine to caping for the reelection of Claire McCaskill, the US Senator who secretly lobbied the DOJ to end the investigation into the murder of Michael Brown. Can’t make this shit up.

Miss me with the 'There she go'... nothing I say is news to anybody who watches black leadership in St. Louis. This a week after Mike Brown was murdered,

"My view is the circumstances that created the events that resulted in tragedy of Michael Brown's much too early death can be placed squarely at the feet of black leadership, or I should have said at the failure of black leadership to fulfill the only moral imperative of leadership – protecting and advancing the interest of the people you lead." - Mike Jones

Fast forward to today.. we have black leaders and protester turned leaders who went from fighting against oppression, racism and the establishment machine to caping for the reelection of Claire McCaskill, the US Senator who secretly lobbied the DOJ to end the investigation into the murder of Michael Brown. Can't make this shit up.

Black Leaders Weigh In On Black Leadership In St. Louis

On Aug. 14, Mike Jones wrote in the St. Louis American that black leaders have failed those they represent. In his commentary, the senior policy adviser
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