TKC MUST SEE!!! KANSAS CITY ARTISTS DEFACE LOCAL BOY SCOUT STATUE OF LIBERTY REPLICAS IN CELEBRATION OF EARTH DAY AND NATIVE CULTURES!!!
Take a peek at the Kansas City creative class engaging local icons and American history.
"In 1950, the Boy Scouts of America celebrated their 40th Anniversary. In celebration they erected over 200 replica statues of Liberty. This project was the brainchild of businessman and Kansas City Scout Commissioner, J.P. Whitaker. Over 50 of them exist within Kansas & Missouri today."
Description of their efforts: "A one day pop-up art event in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. Statues were dressed in Native regalia in celebration of Native cultures and Earth Day."
Take a peek at the artsy clip that doesn't do any damage but certainly offers an alternative perspective and adaptation of these Kansas City metro landmarks:
You decide . . .