KC Jewish Chronicle Remembers MLK Visit

Another fact check and more testimony as Black history month approaches . . . Read more:

B'nai Jehudah hosted MLK on visit to KC

As part of last week’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, noted local history writer Brian Burnes recounted six visits the civil rights leader made to Kansas City. The following is Burnes’ account of a 1961 visit to B’nai Jehudah.

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Anonymous said…
Who cares if mlk came to kc or not, doesn't impact black violent crime one iota.
Anonymous said…
He likely had a side hoe in town.
Anonymous said…

So. What's the point here?
Anonymous said…
You can trust jews to tell the truth, especially the past.

No need to ask for amy proof, their stories are enough.
Unknown said…
This is interesting, but why did it take so long to find evidence of KCMO visit?
Anonymous said…
Nothing in the article provides any proof, just hearsay with a bunch of other supposedly related quotes and historical musings.

It's just...take our word for it.
Anonymous said…
^^^ B.S. there are pictures and recorded interviews. What an idiot trumper you are.

Get over it, Trump lost.
Anonymous said…
So the Jewish faith remembers and respects MLK. Thats fine. But what about Jesus Christ? Thats who they should remember first and foremost.

Guess it didn't get the Jewish communities attention when Jesus died on the cross and the day turned to complete darkness for hours (eclipses last minutes), and the 60 foot high holy divider in the temple that separated common people from God was torn in half, and there was a massive earthquake, and many dead rose from the cemetaries in the darkness and walked back into Jerusalem to live for years with their families again, and the Roman executioner who had probably killed hundreds of Jews that year started screaming that he had killed the "Son of God"! And Christ was executed for calling himself the "Son of God". But go ahead and ignore it.