SAVE THE DATE : EMPOWERMENT DAY -8.24.19 --12N- 6PM--O'FALLON PARK
On August 8, 2015 my daughter Jazzmine Curry was murdered by a hit and run driver on Natural Bridge Ave.
Her case remains COLD and UNSOLVED.
There has not yet been any closure for the Curry Family , especially for her now 5 year old son Busta.
To combat MY hate and unforgiveness, God replaced it with a personal quest of - #myjustice4Jazz
Which began as a campaign to recognize the families of homicide victims and continues to seek resolution for cold case crimes.
To stimulate the revitalization efforts of North St. Louis, TOPM is inducting the 4th Saturday of August as Empowerment Day, which celebrates the strengths and recognizes the positive attributes of North St. Louis on the community.
#myjustice4JAZZ quest led me to identify the gap which is relevant to the crime crisis in the City of St. Louis and the development of The "I AM" Model & Community InReach Programs to offer solutions to address the demands of a crime crisis, community revitalization while lessening the burdens of the government.
If you can help with any leads in Jazzmine's crime, please contact ST. LOUIS CRIME STOPPERS:
SHARE: #myjusticce4JAZZ throughout your social media. Your "share" could be instrumental in #myjustice4JAZZ.
SHARE: #myjustice4JAZZ for her son.
SHARE: #myjustice4JAZZ to families of homicide victims whose cases remain cold.
SHARE: #myjustice4JAZZ in the efforts to support The #IAM Model & Community InReach Programs.
We, the Curry Family would like to THANK GOD for overcoming our PAIN.
We, the Curry Family would like to THANK YOU, for your visiting our site and our brief story about Jazz, our hopes that our PEACE IN GOD will inspire you in your faith, especially during difficult circumstances.