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What's Vital to STL?

What's Vital to STL? | Being Black in St. Louis County

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Jalyn Henderson, a junior at the University of Missouri, discusses her experiences moving from St. Louis County in Missouri from Texas.

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What's Vital to STL? | Circus Harmony brings cross-section of youth together

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Circus Harmony brings together youth from different backgrounds and understandings to come together for one purpose -- the art and love of circus performance.

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What's Vital to STL? | Understanding "the Other"

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Seniors at St. Louis University offer their insight on cultural competence

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What's Vital to STL? | The Divide Between Us

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College student Jaques Clinton shares his perspectives on why people feel divided and how we can better bridge that gap.

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What's Vital to STL? | Stay Tuned | Connecting Communities: A Different Perspective

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Area college students spoke on the recent officer-involved shootings in our country as well as the continuous divide felt in the St. Louis community.

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What's Vital to STL? | Suspended Futures: MO Education Commissioner Margie VanDeven

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Missouri Education Commissioner Margie Vandeven discusses school discipline statewide.

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In 2014, the St. Louis area became daily front-page news not only across the country but around the world following the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. Once the worldwide spotlight faded, many of the issues that arose – equality, racism, and justice system changes among several others – remained. 

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