St. Louis is stuck in this cycle,<br><br>”Nearly every time another child loses his or her life in senseless gun violence in the city, angry and heartbroken residents band together to march, to honor the dead and pray for an end to the violence.”<br><br>Rinse. Repeat.<br><br>This will continue to be the case until we stop doing and investing in what doesn’t work, stop following people who keep marching us in these circles. Stop making excuses for failure, stop being blinded by idol worship/personality and giving their mounting failures a pass. And clean house bring in critical thinkers, problem solvers, think outside the box and explore alternatives.

St. Louis is stuck in this cycle,

“Nearly every time another child loses his or her life in senseless gun violence in the city, angry and heartbroken residents band together to march, to honor the dead and pray for an end to the violence.”

Rinse. Repeat.

This will continue to be the case until we stop doing and investing in what doesn’t work, stop following people who keep marching us in these circles. Stop making excuses for failure, stop being blinded by idol worship/personality and giving their mounting failures a pass. And clean house bring in critical thinkers, problem solvers, think outside the box and explore alternatives.

Messenger: St. Louis faces tough months ahead as guns, fentanyl cut too many lives short

Another child lost in a drive-by shooting as crisis of violence in St. Louis grows.

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