Friday, July 24, 2020

Downtown Kansas City Lynching Memorial Slated To Be Moved From Nasty Case Park

The reality is . . . The overnight conditions, desperation and errant needles in this park should should be way more disturbing to locals than the neglect of American history.

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Vandalized anti-lynching memorial to be removed from KC park

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- An anti-lynching memorial that was ripped off of its base and thrown down a cliff at the height of local and national protests last month will be removed Friday while the city works with local groups to determine the best next steps.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good, it was offensive and needs to be put in the junk pile with all the other worthless statues and plaques, after all, who needs history!

Anonymous said...

I think they should leave it as a warning.

Anonymous said...


What? There was never a lynching in Kansas City in the 1800's or ever. There was never anyone named Levi Harrington. I agree take this down it's an urban legend.

Anonymous said...

There should be frequent lynchings in Kansas City. Like 5 or 6 every day.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Said the CHUD who lives in a trailer and has NO FRIENDS.

Anonymous said...

Don't leave the plaque in Case Park, move it to 18th & Vine, where is can serve an educational purpose until it's stolen and sold for scrap.

Anonymous said...

^^^ or even better, shot full of holes! 18th and vine would be perfect! Let’s make it happen!

Anonymous said...

Why does this matter. They’re tearing down every statue and plaque all over the country so this should be too. Buh and bye!

Charles Whitman said...

They just showed removal of the plaque on the news. No word yet on what they'll do with it.

Anonymous said...

What’s fair for the goose is fair for the gander. Just as the first 10:17 says, if we’re trying to wipe out everything historical that might offend or upset someone, this plaque has to go into storage or garbage just like all the other statues, monuments, etc.