Remember when we said the we weren't going to feature HORRIBLE Kansas City poetry?
This post doesn't really count and a betrayal of that solemn pledge because we're sharing a thought provoking poetic missive which offers racially charged inspiration at the conclusion of an important American celebration.
Moreover, the call to action deserves consideration inasmuch as outright racially-motivated celebration has been vaulted to the level of spirituality by local media that is, in part, taxpayer funded.
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Story by story, name by name, the annual Kansas City Black History Project seemed destined to meet this auspicious moment in history. The determined and reverent collection of biographies, now a decade in the making, was already preparing to stake its ground in the commemoration of the Missouri bicentennial in 2021.