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Women’s History Month: Keizayla Fambro

A strong advocate for people, Keizayla Fambro is a seasoned political strategist who began her career as policy and communications director for a sitting councilmember in Cincinnati. At 24, she became the youngest and only Black woman chief of staff serving at Cincinnati City Hall, driving policy while overseeing day-to-day office operations. Now, Keizayla serves as a Senior Political Advisor to [...]

2023-04-03T16:27:28-04:00March 10th, 2022|Events, News|0 Comments

Women’s History Month: Rev. Dr. Cassandra Gould

In her opening prayer at the Jefferson City NAACP Prayer Breakfast in January, the Rev. Dr. Cassandra Gould, executive director of Missouri Faith Voices, prayed for those who "have been raised and dined on the politics and religion of respectability," at the Jefferson City NAACP Prayer Breakfast, as reported by the Fulton Sun. The event offered an opportunity to both honor the work [...]

2023-04-03T16:27:36-04:00March 10th, 2022|Events, Gun Violence, News, Police Brutality|0 Comments
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