TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! KANSAS CITY SANCTUARY!!! TOP 5 RESOURCES FOR UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANT NEXT GEN!!!
The United States is in the midst of yet another wave of KICK-ASS LATINO immigration that's causing controversy among so many misguided politicos who mistakenly forget that there's never been a time in human history when ANY government could control effectively or permanently control the mass migration of human beings. You'd have better luck telling the birds where to fly.
But rather than engage in so much pointless mutual rhetorical masturbation . . . Let's get real.
To wit . . .
LIKE IT OR NOT, EVEN MORE LATINOS ARE COMING TO KANSAS CITY AND TONIGHT WE'D LIKE TO FEATURE THE TOP 5 LOCAL RESOURCES FOR THE UNDOCUMENTED!!!
A lot of these folks are kids coming to this great nation and we'd rather help than rage.
Check our list . .
Westside Can Center
Recently profiled in the New York Times and at the forefront of the KCPD movement to focus on SUCCESSFUL community policing rather than enforcement of failed Federal policy.
This longstanding community organization holds political and community influence in addition to providing services to nearby residents need despite immigration status.
Samuel Rodgers Health Center
Kansas City Obamacare juggernaut that also protects community health by providing low-cost or free healthcare to community denizens . . . A beneficiary of KCMO tax cash as well.
Greater Kansas City Hispanic Chamber
Great job resource here located conveniently close to the Mexican Consulate in Kansas City.
Mattie Rhodes Center
One more the more beloved artsy organizations in town that also provides bilingual counseling services so that the undocumented can chase the American dream and finger paint too!!!
And we're posting all of these resources in order to reminder readers that there is an established infrastructure that's connected to the current immigration/demographic shift the U.S. is undergoing right now whereas a few bigoted wackos protesting represent people being used as part of a political ploy and tragically on the wrong side of history.
In other words, make sure your grand-kids speak Spanish.
Developing . . .