This week we talked about a bold Northland event planned in the midst of local culture war politics.
Here's the aftermath that, thankfully, turned out peacefully despite angry keyboard warrior chatter:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Dozens of people gathered in the Briarcliff area of the Northland Saturday night in response to tire tracks and white paint covering a Black Lives Matter street mural. The marks on Harold Smith's artwork near Northwest Briarcliff Parkway and North Mulberry Drive were discovered last weekend.
And whilst coronavirus restrictions limit local movement and seem to have made people a lot more angry. Despite a great deal of fear and some who felt "threatened" by the gathering, the event was simply a nice gathering of locals on a beautiful Autumn night.
As always, thanks for reading this week and have a safe and fun overnight.