AMAZING ST. LOUIS WOMEN WE'VE TALKED TO THIS WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH
March is Women's History Month—and we've had some pretty amazing St. Louis women in the studio this month. Kinda in awe of the amazing ladies making St. Louis/the world a better place to be.
- •ANNA CROSSLIN, nominee to the Missouri Commission on Human Rights
- •FARAJA LUNGELE, 14-year-old Kenyan immigrant who shares her voice through Gitana Productions' "Living the Dream."
- •DIANE REHM, famed NPR host and genuine awesome human being (OK! Not technically from STL, but still awesome.)
- •VETTA SANDERS THOMPSON, who is tackling traumatic stress in St. Louis' marginalized communities.
- •SHEENA DUNCAN, who is working to place unwanted pianos into the hands of kids who want them but can't afford them.
- •SHANTE DUNCAN, founder and executive director of SHERAH: Sisters Helping Each Other Reach a Higher Height.