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A Conversation on Community Policing in St. Louis
Mar
28
6:00 PM18:00

A Conversation on Community Policing in St. Louis

https://www.facebook.com/events/1249240575223528/

See the link above for more information. Join North Newstead Association, Old North St. Louis Restoration Group, St. Louis Place Community Association, and the St. Louis Area Violence Prevention Commission for a community conversation about regional public safety and policing, police legitimacy, and community policing. The event will address:
- What is and isn't working to keep our neighborhoods safe
- What we expect from police departments in our region
- How communities can organize to prevent violence

*snacks and refreshments will be served*

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What's Brewing: Health & Community Development in Forest Park Southeast
Mar
14
7:30 AM07:30

What's Brewing: Health & Community Development in Forest Park Southeast

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/whats-brewing-health-and-community-development-tickets-56746811240

RSVP required. Please see the link above for more information.

What’s Brewing, hosted by Creating Whole Communities, is a series of breakfast conversations to explore issues, connections, and opportunities for St. Louis metropolitan area communities. For the Spring 2019 series, we will visit parts of the St. Louis and surrounding regions where health is integrated into community-building efforts.

We have partnered with local health experts and leaders that are actively engaged in this neighborhood to explore how improving places impacts residents health and community development. Forest Park Southeast is an integral area, where community development and health innovation intersect. This community offers strong examples and lessons about the role that health play in community revitalization.

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2019 President of the Board of Alderman Primary Candidate Forum — A Special Livestream and Watch Party Event
Feb
13
6:00 PM18:00

2019 President of the Board of Alderman Primary Candidate Forum — A Special Livestream and Watch Party Event

https://www.facebook.com/events/462627144268259/

Confirmed Candidates: Megan Ellyia Green, Jamilah Nasheed, Lewis Reed

The primary race for the President of the Board of Aldermen is a critical opportunity for citizens to shape political leadership and policy priorities for the City of St. Louis. Following up on our successful Mayoral Forum of 2017, the SPEAC coalition is organizing a primary candidate forum. The Forum puts Racial Equity front-and-center, focusing on pressing regional issues including child and youth well-being, health disparities, economic opportunity, neighborhood improvement, and criminal justice.

Questions will be aligned to Calls to Action from the Ferguson Commission Report.

Host a Watch Party: bit.ly/HostSPEAC
Find a Watch Party: bit.ly/SPEACMap
Submit a Question: bit.ly/SPEACask

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Racial Equity Chat/Back
Feb
5
6:00 PM18:00

Racial Equity Chat/Back

https://www.facebook.com/events/294189111286465/

RSVP requested. Please see the link above for more information.

Join Dutchtown South Community Corporation for an open dialogue about the second Data For Black Lives conference held just a few weeks ago at MIT and the recent release of the Equity Indicators report for the City of St. Louis. Participate a report back and fireside chat with folks who care about racial equity in our city and region.

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