#Transforming911 Storytelling Event & Photo Exhibition Series

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Forward Through Ferguson is sharing new research about St. Louis’ 911 system through a storytelling event and photo exhibition series.
Forward Through Ferguson is hosting a three-part event series to share new research about St. Louis’ 911 system through storytelling events and a photo exhibition produced in partnership with Humans of St. Louis, which will be on view at each location for a month. Learn new research, join the conversation, and engage with photo stories about what it’s like to live within our current public safety system and how we can change it. Light refreshments will be provided. Space is limited, registration is highly encouraged at bit.ly/T911-events

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