Protester’s Talk Demands at St. Louis City Hall

The Black Lives Matter protest for George Floyd began at the steps of St. Louis City Hall on June 7th. The organizers explained in detail what the protest stood for and voiced their demands to the crowd. Protesters’ Speech at St. Louis City Hall The reason we planned this protest is because we are tired, …

Juneteenth: Best Dance Party Downtown St. Louis Every Had!

Juneteenth was the best dance party I have ever been to in Downtown St. Louis. Hundreds of people showed up to have fun and dance in front of St. Louis City Hall on Tucker Boulevard, which was a dance floor on steroids. In the midst of all the trials and tribulations going on, this was …

Juneteenth by ExpectUS Presents Dancing on Tucker Blvd. in Downtown St. Louis

The Juneteenth celebration, organized by ExpectUs, had hundreds of people dancing on Tucker Boulevard Friday in front of St. Louis City Hall. The event started around 5 PM and ended a bit after 7 PM. In this video they were dancing on the paint that spelled out REPARATIONS but was dry by the time people …

Juneteenth: Speech then Dancing in front of St. Louis City Hall on Tucker Blvd.

Juneteenth, organized by ExpectUS, had a lots of speakers and lots of dancing during the day that ran into evening on Tucker Boulevard in front of St. Louis City Hall. South Tucker Blvd. and Market Street were completely blocked off by barricades and guarded by police. This created a huge party space and dance floor. …

Juneteenth: Cori Bush Speaks Emancipation, Slavery at St. Louis City Hall

During the Juneteenth celebration Cori Bush, candidate for US Congress 1st District, gave s a powerful speech on the Emancipation Proclamation and slavery at St. Louis City Hall. Mrs. Bush said, “Every single strike, every single strike that one of our ancestors took. I am saying our ancestors because we are here right now because …

Juneteenth 2020: Dancing in the Streets in Downtown St. Louis

Juneteenth was a block party with lots of dancing and fun Friday evening in front of St. Louis City Hall on Tucker Boulevard in Downtown St. Louis. The stereo speakers used were hauled in on a flatbed that filled city streets with music for the first time in a long time. Juneteenth is a holiday …