On Friday, May 8, 2015, more than 200 students from 15 area school districts gathered at the Missouri History Museum for the STL Student Race Summit 2015. They discussed race, stereotypes, participated in team building activities and shared ideas to make the St. Louis community stronger.
Lillian Donahue, Edan Goldfarb, Jane Nelson, Jelissa Puckett, Phillip Robinson-Morgan and Erin Wides were six Ladue seniors who recorded hours of footage, interviewed fellow students and edited the video for a recap of the STL Student Race Summit 2015 as their final service project.
The summit was organized in October 2014, months following the Mike Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. This was the third summit.