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Host Umar Lee talks by phone with "Mama Cat" a community activist and the official chef of the Ferguson movement. Mama Cat (Cathy Daniels) founded the group Pot Bangerz which has worked to feed, clothe and humanize those which society has chosen to make invisible, the unhoused. Potbangerz will be hosting their 3rd Annual Neighbors United Holiday Di…
 
Host Umar Lee talks with friend of the podcast, Richard Reilly. Richard talks about a range of topics with Umar including marijuana legalization, socially engaged art projects and photography--including his recent donation to the Missouri History Museum of thousands of his images taken during protest actions following the murder of Mike Brown in Fe…
 
Umar Lee chats with Francis Horton of Carondelet about growing up in north county, joining the military and seeing the world! Beyond cliche, the conversation is rich in discussion of foreign policy, how the military prepares troops for interactions with people of other cultures (they don't!) and what Francis' podcast, A Hell of A Way to Die, is all…
 
Charles Klotzer, longtime free-speech activist and holocaust survivor joins host Umar lee on the St. Louis Speaks Podcast (available thru Spreaker). At 93, Klotzer has a lot to reflect on, from his family's flight out of Nazi Germany and settlement in a Jewish ghetto in Shanghai, to his storied publishing career in St. Louis.…
 
Stef Russell sat down with Belt Magazine founder Ann Trubek and St. Louis (Kirkwood) native, Ryan Lee Schuessler, editor of Belt's St. Louis Anthology for a great podcast. Stef leads listeners on a spoiler free exploration of some of the poems and short stories from the Anthology, Kinloch to Little Bosnia.…
 
Guest host Stef Russell returns with a fascinating discussion with Harvard Professor Walter Johnson. The topic of the discussion is Johnson's new book (due to be released Spring 2020) which places St. Louis at the center of social upheaval and grassroots revolution in America from William Clark to Michael Brown.…
 
Host Umar Lee talks with a panel of city residents who are hesitant to embrace the proposed BetterTogetherSTL merger of St. Louis County and St. Louis City. Panelists include Podcast regular and former city Comptroller, Virvus Jones, TEAMTIF co-founder Andrew Arkills, and ACS Data-Wonk, @stlrainbow. This is the first of several planned merger discu…
 
The St Louis Speaks Podcast has featured several St Louis elected officials. We are non-partisan abd encourage an open discussion. We are interviewing Sen. Nasheed to discuss her background and life in St Louis, finding Islam, her history as an activist and protester, the current state of affairs in Missouri politics, and the president of the Board…
 
For this special episode of the podcast, host Umar Lee sat down with scholar Ezelle Sanford III, a William G. Bowen Fellow in History at Princeton who is working on his doctoral dissertation on Homer G. Phillips Hospital. Joining him for the discussion is friend of the podcast, former comptroller and alderman, Virvus Jones. Ezelle provides an excel…
 
Nationally Syndicated Columnist Aisha Sultan sat down with host Umar Lee at her home in St. Louis County to talk about a range of issues. Topics discussed touch on Aisha's work writing on issues of family and parenting to her experiences of Islamophobia both before and after the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States. Aisha also…
 
Umar Lee sits down with former fire chief Sherman George and former Comptroller Virvus Jones to discuss politics in St. Louis 1970-2007. Sherman George discusses his childhood and development from sharecropper in New Madrid, Missouri to Fire Chief in the City of St. Louis. Virvus Jones provides interesting commentary on some of the inside politics …
 
Umar Lee sits down with a gathering of community voices to talk area problems and strategies for broad equity driven neighborhood development. Guests include Glenn Burleigh of TeamTif, Lucas Delort of Lutheran Development Corp, Fatima Muhammad of Hyde Park neighborhood association, Alderman Megan Green, Poet Sunni Hutton of Dutchtown South. This po…
 
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