A Journey To The Past For Youth Group Yields Renewed Black History Mission

After visiting Point Comfort — present-day Hampton, Virginia — a few weeks ago, Anthony Ross, director of the St. Louis chapter of Remember the 400, said he wants the group to bring more black history to the region. The group traveled for 20 hours by bus to Hampton in late August to commemorate the 400th anniversary … More A Journey To The Past For Youth Group Yields Renewed Black History Mission

109-Year-Old Parade Raises Money For Children’s Mental Health Care

For over a century, the Annie Malone Children and Family Services agency has brought thousands of community members together in the country’s second-largest African American parade: the Annie Malone May Day Parade. Last Sunday’s procession marked its 109th celebration in downtown St. Louis. Parade viewers saw marching bands, local business owners on floats and peppy cheerleaders throughout … More 109-Year-Old Parade Raises Money For Children’s Mental Health Care