On que, the professional cheerleaders…<br><br>“Millions and millions flowing through the hands of these organizations in the name of Mike Brown yet we don’t see any of it coming into our community or being used to help our youth. I’ve been calling out this shit for months […] People see this as an opportunity to not only build a name but make bank at the expense of the lives of people like me.”” – Darren Seals <br><br>https://thecorrespondent.com/5349/meet-darren-seals-then-tell-me-black-death-is-not-a-business/1512965275833-fe73c5b1

On que, the professional cheerleaders…

“Millions and millions flowing through the hands of these organizations in the name of Mike Brown yet we don’t see any of it coming into our community or being used to help our youth. I’ve been calling out this shit for months […] People see this as an opportunity to not only build a name but make bank at the expense of the lives of people like me.”” – Darren Seals

https://thecorrespondent.com/5349/meet-darren-seals-then-tell-me-black-death-is-not-a-business/1512965275833-fe73c5b1

Cure Violence meets Better Family Life, local advocates welcome help from national group that treats violence as public health issue

Marcus McAllister, an international trainer with Cure Violence, spent a week speaking with community members and public officials about bringing the group’s violence prevention model to St. Louis.

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