The Rev. Darryl Gray, a prominent figure in the St. Louis protests with more than 40 years’ experience as a civil rights activist, talked with the Monitor’s Christa Case Bryant in November for our cover story, “Bridging black and white: How St. Louis residents are trying to surmount racial inequities post-Ferguson.” This interview has been edited for clarity and length. Q: You’ve called St. Louis the new Selma. A lot of civil rights organizations did not want to go into Selma….
Q&A: In St. Louis, the Rev. Darryl Gray is 'praying with my feet'. This article is published at 13 January 2018 01:42 from Yahoo International news, click on the read full article link below to see further details.