This celebrated local book is probably too high brow for scumbag TKC readers but it's worth considering for those who haven't read it yet and can handle words without pictures that aren't written by talk show hosts or online pundits.
The author's recent social media forward on this review . . ."In a year when systemic racism, racial covenants, and our city’s (and nation’s) history with them felt more relevant that ever."
Housing discrimination, as practiced for years by the J.C. Nichols Company, is one of the many issues highlighted by recent Black Lives Matter protests in Kansas City. Now, with the historic decision to rename the J.C.