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COVID-19 is exposing inequities

COVID-19 is impacting underserved communities the hardest in Saint Louis and across the country as a result of historical inequities.

Ulaa Kuziez, Staff Writer

May 5, 2020

As health departments in Saint Louis City and County release COVID-19 data about cases and deaths relating to race and ethnicity, it has become clear that the burden of cases is falling heavily on communities of color.   As of  May 4, 38% of the deaths and 30% of positive cases in Missouri were Bl...

Alumnus Rasheen Aldridge reaches for the stars in Missouri politics

Alumnus Rasheen Aldridge protests at the West County Mall. Aldridge was elected to represent the 78th State Congressional District in the Missouri House of Representatives last year. “I was out there pretty much every day in Ferguson protesting, getting shot with tear gas,” Aldridge said.

Sophia Johnson, Convergence Journalism Writer

January 28, 2020

2012 alumnus Rasheen Aldridge woke up at 5:30 a.m. to get ready for school when he was in high school. Being bused from the city required him to get up early in order to get to his bus on time.  “I was one of those kids who lingered, so my mom made sure I got up a little early because I would ...

West alumnus becomes youngest Ferguson Commission member

Parkway's twitter account shares the good news with almost 5000 followers.

Hannah Hoffmann, News / Features Editors

December 11, 2014

Meet Rasheen Aldridge Jr., the youngest member of Missouri governor Jay Nixon’s Ferguson Commission.

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