Nothing had come quickly for Daniel as she pursued her quest to find a safe place to live.
The 63106 Project
Launched by Before Ferguson, Beyond Ferguson, the 63106 Project focus on the issues facing area residents.
Kim Daniel’s dream of safer, more secure housing is vanishing due to illness and a crippling bureaucracy.
Misha Marshall finds a body on the street near her home. She prays he is still alive.
For more than a decade, Kim Daniel has been trying to find a way out of her Preservation Square neighborhood.
Ebony Smith-Thomas suffered from lead poisoning as a toddler. Despite dire predictions, she thrived as an adolescent and young adult. Now 38, she has a tenuous hold on life.
Making It: Ebony Smith-Thomas was the victim of lead poisoning as a toddler. Now the mother of two sons is fighting for her life.
Ebony Smith-Thomas’s health issues may be an example of environmental racism.
Though many consider the vaccine the answer to our pandemic prayers, Steven Jones and his mom, aren’t so sure.
It was hard to think of a word that aptly described the world of hurt that Kim Daniel has inhabited these past few months. Turning to Google, a noun surfaced: excrutiation.
Valerie Nichols “was the type of worker you didn’t know you needed until she wasn’t there,” writes Stu Durando in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
BFBF storyteller Leyla Fern King shares chapter one in the story of Misha Marshall and her family. Misha — or Mama Misha as she is known to some — is a medical technician who has gone above and beyond to care for the people around her as well as far and wide.