This one of the few examples EXCEPTIONAL Kansas City journalism we've seen this week and something that deserves to be highlighted as a teachable moment in the aftermath of controversy.
To wit . . .
WATCH THE FIRED OLATHE COACH OFFER PERSPECTIVE ABOUT HIS N-WORD DEBACLE AND SHARE HIS FEELINGS IN THE AFTERMATH OF CITYWIDE RACIALLY CHARGED CONTROVERSY!!!
Reality check . . .
He seems like a nice guy and somebody that simply made a mistake and now understands the power of his words . . . Not the monster portrayed among many social media commenters and print publications.
Check-it . . .
Former Olathe North High School baseball coach Pete Flood realizes what he said last Thursday before an Olathe North varsity baseball game was "absolutely wrong.""I know better than to say what I said," Flood told KMBC 9 Investigates in his first televised interview since the Olathe school board fired him unanimously Monday.