Women showed out in numbers during the Church of God in Christ’s (COGIC) 112th Holy Convocation in downtown St. Louis on Friday, November 8 for Morning Manna. During Morning Manna, approximately 10,000 women arrived at America’s Center to celebrate Women’s Day, a decade-long tradition that d…
“What was important to me and was an inspiration for the film was to start creating narratives that tell the story of women’s contributions to hip hop,” said Academy Award-nominated producer Lisa Cortés.
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Just a week after opening a new Siteman Cancer Center in North St. Louis County, Barnes-Jewish Hospital unveiled a new hospital in West St. Louis County, constructed behind the existing 50-year-old facility, which began operations on Tuesday, November 5.