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Black & Green Wednesday Forum
Hanky Panky in the Cookie Jar?

WHEN:    7:00 pm, Wednesday, November 7, 2007
WHERE:  Legacy Books and Cafe
               5249 Delmar (near Union)

               St. Louis, MO 63108

The Missouri State Auditor certified that there are sufficient signatures to mandate an audit of the City of St. Louis. Members of the Green Party of St. Louis spearheaded the signature drive in late 2006 after concern that the City was not fully disclosing where lead poisoning prevention money was being spent.

The issue has now gone far beyond lead poisoning dollars. Some citizens are asking, Where are the tax dollars owed the public schools? Where was HUD grant money spent that should have been used to repair homes later blighted?

And why has money not been able to fund a Civilian Oversight Board for the Police Department? A big concern is with block grants that were made sot he businesses would creat jobs for low income citizens. Where are those jobs?

Join our discussion on what financial questions should be asked by the auditor. Forum panel will include::

* Zaki Baruti - Universal African Peoples Organization

* Peter Downs - President, St. Louis School Board

* Ray Cummings - AFT, Sr. Louis Local 420

* Percy Green - ACTION Reunion 2007

* Pam Talley - Citizens Coalition to Fight Eminent Domain Abuse

* Don Fitz - Green Party of St. Louis [moderator]

Sponsored by the Gateway Green Alliance and Universal African Peoples Organization. For more information call 314-727-8554 or visit the Greens' web site:

Last updated 19 Oct 2007. Contact: