Agree or disagree, and TKC certainly has political disputes WITH EVERYBODY . . . And so, here's a thoughtful consideration from people who actually work in the community. Checkit:
After the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis sparked ongoing Black Lives Matter protests in Kansas City and throughout the world, many white people have wondered how to be better advocates for black people. Lora McDonald, director of the Kansas City-based social justice organization More2, says she's been hearing that question a lot.