Sick of Gunshots? Get UP and Join the Movement!

Sick of Gunshots?

Get UP and Join the Movement! 

Come and learn what YOU can do to help bring peace to the Lou!

Saint Louis Story Stitchers

StitchCast Studio

to welcome

Wilford Pinkney, Jr.

Director of

The Office of Violence Prevention


A Play For Peace


Saturday, August 13, 2022

1:00 PM – 2:30 PM

Performance and Discussion

Central Library


1301 Olive Street
St. Louis MO 63103

 Free book to the first 100 attendees

(age 13 and up)

Author Page


“If you’re searching for a way to ignite productive and meaningful discussion and dialogue about gun violence, race, and social justice among teens, this is a treasure trove!” — Sherry Norfolk, Kennedy Center National Teaching Artist, Author


Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective is a nationally recognized artists collective known for high quality art and innovative youth violence prevention programs.


Artists will perform work related to the recently published book NOT ANOTHER ONE!: A Play For Peace, that includes music, readings, and community conversation recorded and published for StitchCast Studio.

Guest Discussant 

Wilford Pinkney, Jr.


Youth leaders will welcome guest discussant Wilford Pinkney, Jr., the Director of the Office of Violence Prevention for City of St. Louis.


The Office of Violence Prevention (OVP), a division of the Department of Public Safety, provides strategic direction and oversight for the City of St. Louis’ efforts to create safe and healthy neighborhoods free of violence. The office works in partnership with government, non-profit, neighborhood, and faith organizations to take a Public Health approach to addressing violence.  The OVP will use a data driven approach to identify the factors that place people at a greater risk for experiencing or perpetrating violence in order to support and provide programming that reduces violence and strengthens the community.


NOT ANOTHER ONE!: A Play For Peace is a collection of stories generated to address gun violence and negative police-youth interactions by Black and BIPOC artists and 16-24 year old youth in Saint Louis, Missouri. The book is a multi-year signature project addressing gun violence through original music, youth-led discussions with adult leaders and police, related documentary videos, music, and scripts. Content has been collected and edited from 2015 to 2021 by over 100 local artists and youth.


Free and Open to the public

Not Another One! page: