The march, which was spearheaded by the St. Louis nonprofit Better Family Life, featured opening remarks by Mayor Lyda Krewson and Public Safety Director Jimmie Edwards.”<br><br>St. Louis will not change until people come to an understanding that the very folks they’re following who claim to be spearheading ‘change’ are the ones who created, benefit from/exploit, get paid off or turn a blind eye to the problems… <br><br>Until then, this is an exercise in futility.

The march, which was spearheaded by the St. Louis nonprofit Better Family Life, featured opening remarks by Mayor Lyda Krewson and Public Safety Director Jimmie Edwards."

St. Louis will not change until people come to an understanding that the very folks they're following who claim to be spearheading 'change' are the ones who created, benefit from/exploit, get paid off or turn a blind eye to the problems...

Until then, this is an exercise in futility.

‘We can turn St. Louis around’: Community members rally against gun violence

Hundreds of St. Louis-area residents took to the streets on Saturday to call attention to gun violence. The demonstrators took part in a silent march along
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