At the risk of sparking far too much cynicism about post-racial community outreach, we share a quick glimpse at local media promotion of a Kansas City branding deal that might or might not make potholes more pleasant for (broke-ass) riders of every race and creed.
Meanwhille, the pandemic has inspired more people to save up and buy a used car.
Take a look . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Urban League of Greater Kansas City partnered with the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority to roll out a racial equity and social justice bus. The bus commemorates Black History Month and the Urban League's 100-year civil rights legacy.