On March 13, "Rally for Rosey" was held in downtown Clayton, to shine a light on domestic violence and pay tribute to Roseanne “Rosey” McCulley, 34, and her children, Kayden Johnson, 13, and Kaylee Brooks, 6, murdered by Roseanne’s estranged husband, Bobby McCulley, on March 4.
Rep. Cori Bush (D-Missouri), a survivor of domestic violence, spoke about her experience and what we must do to stop domestic abuse and violence in our community.
If you or someone you know is faced with domestic violence, there are a wide range of local services available: https://www.startherestl.org/domestic-violence.html
Read more about "Rally for Rosey" at http://www.stlamerican.com/news/local_news/a-rally-for-rosie/article_8397d752-8791-11eb-ad30-1b5b7d8793da.html
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