Maida Coleman

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Maida Coleman


Maida Coleman is a Missouri politician.

City control of police

On February 4, group of local elected officials gathered in front of City Hall today to call attention to a bill in the Missouri legislature which seeks to give the City of St. Louis control over its police department—control which was taken away over 100 years ago during the time of the Civil War.

Those in attendance included: State Senator Maida Coleman, State Reps Talibdin El-Amin, Rodney Hubbard, and Jeanette Mott Oxford, Aldermen Terry Kennedy, Jeffrey Boyd, and Frank Williamson.[1]

Communist Party event

According to the Communist Party USA journal Political Affairs Margarida Jorge was keynote speaker at a People's Weekly World function in St Louis in April 2009.

Honorees included Lara Granich, Don Giljum and Maida Coleman.

17th Annual Hershel Walker ‘Peace & Justice’ Awards Breakfast Missouri/Kansas Friends of People’s Weekly World St Louis, MO April 25, Sat., 9:30 a.m.
Keynote speaker: Margarida Jorge, Nat’l Field Dir HCAN (Health Care for America Now!). Awardees: Lara Granich, Exec Dir Missouri Jobs with Justice, Don Giljum, Bus Mgr Operating Engineers Local 148, VP of St. Louis Central Labor Council, Maida Coleman, former 5th Dist Sen & current candidate for mayor.

Contact for the event was Tony Pecinovsky of the Communist Party USA[2].

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