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Officials in East St. Louis say that the Christian Activity Center has been a model of how to increase high school graduation rates and diminish gun violence.
Track star Jackie Joyner Kersee was born in East St. Louis, Illinois, on March 3, 1962.
Far too much of the violence has been perpetrated against people of color.
A coalition of Black civic and religious groups organized a silent march in Harlem on July 28, 1917 to protest the treatment of Blacks.
The city of East St. Louis, Illinois, is calling for churches to pay a “fee” for building inspections, but the churches say it amounts to a tax.
Another unarmed Black teenager was killed by a police officer over the weekend.
While some police departments across the nation have fully committed to improving diversity, most are limiting their recruitment efforts and struggling to attract African-Americans, Hispanics and people from immigrant groups.
Jazz great Miles Davis dies at age 65 on Sept. 28, 1991.
Trayvon Martin’s parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, and their lawyer went to East St. Louis, Illinois, Friday for an emotional Stop the Violence event at North End Baptist Church.
Richard Linyard's family demands answers from local cops.