January 30, 2011 Slideshows

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Stop the Violence: Hip-Hop 911 at the Pageant 

The all-ages event was a joint effort between local activists, artists and promoters in an attempt to bring young people into the conversation about violence in the community. The inclusive lineup brought together acts from across the spectrum of local hip-hop in order to put up a "united front" for the cause. Continue reading Calvin Cox's review of the Hip-Hop 911/Stop the Violence Concert at the Pagean. Photos by Jon Gitchoff.
The 12-6 Movement at the Pageant.
The 12-6 Movement at the Pageant.
The 12-6 Movement at the Pageant.
The 12-6 Movement at the Pageant.
Advisor to Sen. McCaskill, Mrs. Moore, addresses the crowd on the senator's behalf.
Alderman Antonio French of the 21st Ward encourages those in attendance to get active in the community.
County Brown at the Pageant.
County Brown at the Pageant.
County Brown at the Pageant.
A glimpse of the crowd.
Hosts Bradd and Miss Aloha lead the crowd in a rendition of Happy Birthday for Little Bradd.
Midwest Avengers at the Pageant.
Midwest Avengers at the Pageant.
Midwest Avengers at the Pageant.
Midwest Avengers at the Pageant.
Midwest Avengers at the Pageant.
Midwest Avengers at the Pageant.
Ruka Puff at the Pageant.
Ruka Puff at the Pageant.
Ruka Puff at the Pageant.
Ruka Puff at the Pageant.
Ruka Puff at the Pageant.
Team Swag get things going.
Tef Poe at the Pageant.
Tef Poe at the Pageant.
Tef Poe at the Pageant.
Theda Thomas discusses her son Christian Ferguson who has been missing since 2003 from an alleged carjacking.
A view of Ruka Puff's set from the crowd.
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The 12-6 Movement at the Pageant.
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