There is never a dull moment in the St. Louis-area social justice scene, and it can be challenging to figure out what’s going on. Listen up as host Kevin Prange gets the lowdown from key players on issues and their impacts reaching from our local St. Louis-area neighborhoods to communities across all of Missouri.
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- The results of MCU organizing have directly benefitted Fran Collier's family. She has a passion for service and justice that gives her the strength to speak up boldly even when it's hard to.Your passion also has a place at MCU. Call 314-367-3484 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to join the work. Or go to mcustlouis.org/give/ to support MCU.
- For Terry Knies, MCU is where he lives out his family's tradition of faith, activism, and service. As a son and grandson of union organizers, Terry has found his voice through the MCU Legislative Task Force by being an advocate in Jefferson City at the State Capitol.Your passion also has a place at MCU. Call […]
- On October 9th, MCU hosted a public meeting at Centennial Christian Church in the Fountain Park neighborhood in the city of St. Louis. The theme of the meeting was Look Up And Live Thirteen elected officials, candidates, or their representatives were in attendance at our public meeting to first listen to the stories of people […]
- It's election season and we talk with DeMarco Davidson and Latrell Stanton about how MCU is engaging voters before Nov. 8th. Join Metropolitan Congregregations United at these two important events with candidates and elected officials. Justice is on the ballot.October 9th – Look Up and Live Public Meeting. Register at bit.ly/MCULookUpLiveOctober 13th – Candidate Forum […]
- Gov. Parson has called for a special session of the Missouri legislature in order to pass tax credits and cuts. But what is the impact on Missouri's already underfunded education, health care, and social service sectors? We talk with State Rep. Ashley Bland Manlove, Traci Gleason of the Missouri Budget Project, and J-Mo from Metropolitan […]