Saturday, June 06, 2020

Check The Latest Kansas City 'White Ally' How-To Guide Amid American Civil Unrest

It's impossible to debate any argument without fully understanding it . . . Accordingly, here's a very thoughtful interview and insight into local community relations and the ongoing search for commonality in a digital world wherein the plebs are tricked into believing that they're part of "movement" and sadly ignore their neighbors and people in their own city.

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:

4 Ways White Allies Can Do Better For Kansas City's Black Community

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.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a load of nothing.

Anonymous said...

come on. most americans want to be constructive.

action is needed to restructure--not merely "reform"--the police.

action is needed for mentoring young people in school, beyond "education," if they are open to it.

pr and virtue-signaling for self-interest, as by large corporations currently, is insufficient and one can only be cynical at this stage.

a consensus of americans to work harder, knowing that the problem is not solved, does seem likely to emerge.

Anonymous said...

Pay more taxes, work when others don't want to work, give blacks your home and car and let your wife and daughter get some BBC as one TONYSKC Person states every day.

Anonymous said...

I was actually wondering how I could be a worse advocate for black people, but they already do an excellent job of that by themselves.

Anonymous said...

I've lived in midtown for 23 years. I think it's time to sell my house and move out to JoCo. I'm tired of this nonsense. It's never going to get better, only worse.

Anonymous said...

What happened to, treat people the way you want to be treated. Be polite. Be respectful of others. And I can talk to my black friends any fucking way I want to. I don't need a "guide". Get a real job, lady. Seriously. You're part of the problem. Privileged snob.

Anonymous said...

6:13 ^ Surely the KCMO murder rate doesn't back your statement. LOL

Anonymous said...


Get the hell out of here I don't owe them shit.

Anonymous said...

Not every white person lives in Mission Hills. I work my ass off to make do for my family and myself. I don't have anything left to help anyone else. I judge people by their character, work ethic and actions, not their skin color. Sorry, not sorry.

Tim said...

White lives matter also

DramavilleKC said...

When we actually talk about the rot within the community, I will listen.

When we talk about why people aren't in the streets when little kids get murdered. The constant violence and shooting. Again, I will listen.

Actual real solutions with accountability from within the community.

Anonymous said...

When Black Lives Matter actually addresses the epidemic of black on black killings in this country maybe some of us will think about it.