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Robert Tabscott

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Employment History

Teacher of African-American History

Webster University


Meacham Park's History Researcher

Kirkwood


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www.stltoday.com

Consider the idea of Rev. Robert Tabscott, a teacher of African-American history at Webster University and a resident of neighboring Glendale.Tabscott wants Gov."There's no need to trade blood for blood," Tabscott said.Tabscott seemed prepared when I said his idea would be misunderstood."These are the kinds of gestures that will arouse all kinds of (reactions), but it's worth a shot," Tabscott said."It's symbolic, but symbolism is all we have."Tabscott, who is white, has dedicated much time researching Meacham Park's history and its connection with Kirkwood.He speaks of "two worlds" - an impoverished majority-black neighborhood, annexed 17 years ago by a more affluent majority-white Kirkwood.Tabscott says education and understanding will bring all of Kirkwood together: "If there is an answer; it's engaging the history of our African-American colleagues.Understand the history of blacks in this country, and you'll understand the situation we're in."I agree with Tabscott but, in the shadow of murder, I doubt the outcome of his approach.But at least Tabscott has ideas.And unlike me, he won't be standing in front of a crowd tonight with no viable solutions.


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