Living St. Louis
June 27, 2022
Season 2022 Episode 15 | 29m 3s
A new monument in St. Louis honors enslaved St. Louisans who sued for their freedom and those who helped them. When government resettlement benefits ran out for Afghan refugees, volunteer groups stepped in. A growing number of people are opting for environmentally friendly burials. Artists were invited to Tower Grove Park to create pieces to honor a favorite tree, nicknamed the Keebler Elf Tree.
Aired: 06/27/22 |
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