A St. Louis nonprofit group is developing a program to bring neighbors from north and south St. Louis together.

The St. Louis Association of Community Organizations hopes to officially launch their Sisterhood Initiative next year. The program will pair neighborhoods north and south of Delmar Boulevard for year-long working partnerships in an effort to bridge the so-called “Delmar Divide.”

SLACO Executive Director Kevin McKinney said the initiative is an extension of another of the organization’s programs known as Neighborhoods United for Change.

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To bridge ‘Delmar Divide,’ community program aims to get neighbors talking

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