In retrospect, very much like contemplation about the career of hottie Jordan, the arguments over "disparity" and community investment regarding an upcoming facility were important, thought provoking and didn't totally rely on allegations of racism. They only hinted it.
Nevertheless, progress for this neighborhood resource persists . . . Read more:
KANSAS CITY NORTH, Mo. - Sporting KC and Kansas City, Missouri, leaders broke ground Friday on a sports complex in the Northland that they believe will provide new opportunities for children involved in athletics. "The light at the end of the tunnel is incredible, and we're ready to start the building process," said Jake Reid, president and CEO of Sporting KC.