Emanuele Berry, St. Louis Public Radio

Emanuele Berry

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Past articles by Emanuele:

Ferguson, one year later: What does the movement look like?

Perhaps one of the most enduring images following Michael Brown's shooting death last year, is the flood of people who took to the streets in Ferguson to → Read More

White House to honor Anna Crosslin of International Institute for life of building bridges

Picking up your roots in one country and moving to a land with different customs and language is a daunting prospect. That story is not unfamiliar to Anna → Read More

New U.S. citizens on becoming American

Thirty people from different corners of the globe gathered together to share in the same experience Friday: Becoming a U.S. citizen. The naturalization → Read More

Praise and disappointment for Ferguson Mayor Knowles as recall effort moves forward

Many gathered to speak for and against Ferguson Mayor James Knowles III at Tuesday night's Ferguson City Council meeting. Earlier in the day, reports → Read More

Bridging St. Louis' racial divide with a school exchange program

Many schools in the St. Louis Region are wrapping up their last few weeks of class. For some the school year was shaped by the August shooting death of → Read More

Baltimore is and isn't Ferguson

An unarmed black man has an encounter with police and ends up dead. The incident is followed by peaceful protests then violence and police in riot gear, → Read More

We Live Here: Untangling the public defender system

When we started We Live Here we promised to take you along on the reporting process with us. Recently, I’ve been looking into the public defender system in → Read More

New star on St. Louis Walk of Fame honors attorney Frankie Freeman

There’s a new name gracing the St. Louis Walk of Fame. Today a star was dedicated to civil rights activist and attorney Frankie Muse Freeman. The 98-year → Read More

Bosnians in St. Louis struggle over identity, provide lesson on 'tragic optimism'

For young Bosnians in St. Louis, trying to make sense of their identity can be a complex task. Laura Kromják, an International Visiting Fellow at Saint → Read More

We Live Here: St. Louis’ coded conversation about race and class

Subscribe to We Live Here on iTunes and SoundCloud Let’s be honest, talking about race can be tough -- even nerve-racking for some. Often the conversation → Read More

Discrimination based on skin tone is global problem; conference here looks at colorism

While conversations about race have become more common since the shooting death of Michael Brown, some scholars are hoping to expand the dialogue to → Read More

Ferguson Commission explores long path to racial reconciliation

The St. Louis area is filled with open wounds. That’s how Affton resident Peggy Keilholz put it when she stepped to the microphone during public comment at → Read More

Shooting won't change protests; leaders say plans have formed over the winter

The shooting of two police officers refocused national media's spotlight on Ferguson. Concerns were raised over protest safety, some asking if → Read More

A mobile library finds a home In Spanish Lake

A new traveling library is calling Spanish Lake home. St. Louis County’s Sweet Reads Program has graduated from minivans to a bookmobile. Started in the → Read More

Justice Department says Ferguson violated rights; local reaction -- disheartened but not surprised

Details from a federal civil rights investigation of the Ferguson Police Department began to emerge Tuesday. Reports say the Department of Justice's six → Read More

Playing dress-up is unique black history lesson for one preschooler

Oprah Winfrey, Zora Neale Hurston and Ida B. Wells, are just some of the figures 5-year-old Ava Rogers has embodied during Black History Month. → Read More

Program Works To Rebuild Trust Between Cops And Kids

Sixth grader Jmarria Franklin of Kenneth C. Hanrahan Elementary School in Jennings says she didn’t have a good opinion about police after Michael Brown’s → Read More

Ferguson Six Months Later: Where Do We Stand?

Six months ago on Aug. 9, Michael Brown and Officer Darren Wilson crossed paths on Canfield Drive in Ferguson Missouri. At the end of the encounter Michael → Read More

Missouri History Museum Looks For Ferguson Artifacts In Burnt Down Building

Owner of Fashions R Boutique, Juanita Morris was stunned when she got the call that her shop was on fire. “No, not my building,” Morris said. “But you know → Read More

Congregations Make Conversations About Race A Priority

Martin Luther King once said that "it is appalling that the most segregated hour of Christian America is 11 o'clock on Sunday morning." Rev. Dietra Wise → Read More