Not that Darren Seals. And no. The burden is too great for one person or org. Highlighting individual efforts here and there makes for good press, but the reality is, what ails St. Louis will continue to ail St. Louis until St. Louis cleans house, eradicates status quo Democrats, closet racist progressives and black misleadership. Start from scratch. The effort has to be genuine, organic, grassroots led, community centered and controlled. There has to be a willingness to invest in young people and a divestment from entities that capitalize from their demise.

Not that Darren Seals. And no. The burden is too great for one person or org. Highlighting individual efforts here and there makes for good press, but the reality is, what ails St. Louis will continue to ail St. Louis until St. Louis cleans house, eradicates status quo Democrats, closet racist progressives and black misleadership. Start from scratch. The effort has to be genuine, organic, grassroots led, community centered and controlled. There has to be a willingness to invest in young people and a divestment from entities that capitalize from their demise.

Can an ex-con help keep youth and non-violent offenders from falling beyond reach in St. Louis?

Darren Seals, who used to be in a gang, recently formed Sankofa Unity Center. Now St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner would like him to host one of two new
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