Highlights Juneteenth Caribbean Heritage Walkathon at Forest Park

The First Annual Juneteenth Caribbean Heritage Walkathon, organized by Africans Rising Together 2063, was held at Forest Park’s Cricket Field in St. Louis on Jun 19, 2021. SPEAKERSMayor Tishaura Jones (She/Her)Dr. James & Beverly TuckerKeisha Ross, PHD (She/Her) Clinical Psychologist.

Dr. Keisha Ross at Juneteenth talks Slavery, Past and Present

Dr. Keisha Ross, a licensed psychologist, spoke about the impact of slavery, past and present, at the First Annual Juneteenth Caribbean Heritage Walkathon hosted by Art 2063 on June 19, 2021 on the Cricket Field in Forest Park Forever in St. Louis. Dr. Keisha Ross… Good morning everyone, Happy Juneteenth and Caribbean Heritage Month. A …

Mayor of St. Louis speaks at Juneteenth in Forest Park

St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones gave a sincere, heartwarming speech during the First Annual Juneteenth Caribbean Heritage Walkathon on June 19, 2021 on the Cricket Field in Forest Park Forever in St. Louis. Mayor Jones: Good morning everyone. I am so happy that the weather decided to cooperate. We were outside yesterday at another Juneteenth …

Dr. Tucker to Cori Bush, Black Caucus, “Sentence Slave Owners”

Dr. James Tucker, of the African American Voice and co-founder of Art 2063, mentioned Cori Bush and the Black Caucus during the First Annual Juneteenth Caribbean Heritage Walkathon on June 19, 2021 on the Cricket Field in Forest Park Forever in St. Louis. Dr. Meyers would be excited that Juneteenth is a National Holiday. But …

Cori Bush Sets Eyes to be First Black Female to Serve in Missouri Congress

Cori Bush is about to make history at the ballot box in November while setting her eyes to be the first Black female to Serve in U.S. Missouri Congress 1st District. Bernie Sanders was thrilled that Cori Bush had won the 2020 Primary for U.S. House District 1 and said: “She is a true progressive …

Ferguson Police Department allows artists to paint mural on boarded-up windows

The Ferguson Police Department allowed artists Linton Lovelock and Phil Berwick to paint a mural on boarded-up windows on the police department building in June of 2020. The mural reads “One Nation” and “We Hear You” at the bottom of the portrait. The boards were on the windows for protection against protesters for George Floyd, …