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Under The Arch S3 Ep. 10: St. Louis is Resistance
A special live recording from the 2022 national conference “Lawyering for Liberation: Defending Black Lives, Building Black Power”, featuring distinguished guests Michael Jones, Jamala Rodgers, and Tef Poe.
Under The Arch S3 Ep. 9: Shifting the Narrative Around Housing Insecurity
Our hosts speak with founder of Unhoused STL, Ramona Curtis, about the worsening condition of homelessness in St. Louis and how developing a community-based structure of social support can help address it.
Under The Arch S3 Ep. 8: The Promise of Education ft. Alisha Sonnier
Our hosts speak with member of the St. Louis Board of Education, Alisha Sonnier, about the structure of St. Louis’s education system and how education shapes shapes conversation around voting and public safety.
Under the arch S3 Ep. 7: Exposing Fatal State Violence ft. Emanuel Powell
Our hosts speak with ArchCity Defenders Staff Attorney Emanuel Powell about his personal experience with fatal state violence through the loss of a family member and how this experience inspires his work.
Our hosts speak with returning guest Mike Milton, Founder and Executive Director of Freedom Community Center to talk about restorative and transformative justice, and how the FCC works to achieve such outcomes.
Under The Arch S3 Ep. 5: Faith in Action ft. Michelle Higgins
This week, our hosts speak with Rev. Michelle Higgins, Executive Director at Faith For Justice and pastor at St. John’s Church about the intersection of theology and movement work in advocating for justice.
Under The Arch S3 Ep. 4: Formation of a Life ft. Dr. Donald Suggs
In this episode, our hosts speak with Dr. Donald Suggs, long-time publisher of the St. Louis American, a well-known news publication in the region, about our public dialogue on a range of public issues.
Under The Arch S3 Ep. 3: The Broken Heart of America ft. Walter Johnson
This episode features a special conversation with author and professor Walter Johnson discussing his book “The Broken Heart of America: St. Louis and the Violent History of the United States.”
An audio recording of the 2021 Racial Equity Summit keynote discussion ft. Dr. Angela Y. Davis, on our understanding and implementation of racial equity capacity building. Moderated by our podcast hosts.