Sidewalk protest might be harder to defend given neighborhood complaints and frustration with urban activists who have camped out on a busy East side corner in the name of social justice and despite outcry from nearby biz trying to survive the worsening pandemic economy.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tensions are running high in Kansas City's Oak Park community where a group of protesters are located. On the corner of 35th and Prospect, you'll see a group called HONK. "We wake up every morning and we put out clothes," Troy Robertson said. "We put out breakfast for them.