Wednesday, October 02, 2019

Celebrate Century Of Guadalupe Center Working On Kansas City Westside

A preview of a conversation this evening about the past, present and future of this institution as local Latinos starting coming to this town en masse 100 years ago and have remained the largest and fastest growing ethnic group over the past 15 years.

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Guadalupe Centers at 100

Amid a yearlong celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of Guadalupe Centers, Inc. - a westside anchor since 1919 - CEO Cris Medina talks with Library Director Crosby Kemper III about its history, its impact on Kansas City's Latino and Hispanic community, and its future.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

100 years and only 1 Latino councilman and 1 state rep. ever in KC. I guess Reconquista isn't going as well as predicted.

Anonymous said...

^^and only a nothing like you would care.

Anonymous said...


WOW isn't this racist? Where's the democrat outrage here?? Funny how other immigrants became American when they came here but the Hispanics want to stay Hispanic in America and won't embrace the American culture. RACIST YES, and they call us racist in our own country! Imagine that!

Anonymous said...

Chimpy! Get back to performing for us with your little monkeyshines. Be a happy chimp!

Anonymous said...

@9:954 they call you a racist because you ARE a racist. Be a better person.

Anonymous said...

Guadalupe Center

The future is a bulldoze job and replaced with some gawdy mixed use apartment box if something doesn't change soon.