Kansas City Urban Summit Considers Reparations Over Equity

An upcoming conference from an influential local organization deserves consideration from Kansas City residents given that the arguments under discussion will inevitably impact taxpayers.

Read closely and notice the continued push/movement for payback across the nation and in our cowtown . . .

The Urban Summit of Kansas City will hold its 14th Annual Conference November 6th , 2021 with the theme: “Is Equity Enough?”

The mission of the Urban Summit is advocacy and to develop initiatives to foster community relations, enhance economic growth and improve the quality of life in the urban core.

The 14th Annual Conference will be held on Saturday, November 6th beginning at 8:30am at the Penn Valley Community College 3201 Southwest Trafficway in Kansas City, MO.

This year’s conference will focus on the theme: “Is Equity Enough?”

Special guest speaker for the conference will be Kamm Howard, National Co-Chair, National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America

Kamm Howard is a Chicago businessman and real estate investor. Kamm has owned and managed over 100 residential units in the Englewood, Auburn Gresham, Washington Park and Roseland communities. In additional to residential units, he currently owns retail and office spaces that houses the businesses of 17 Black entrepreneurs in the Roseland community.

Kamm recently authored a manual, “Laying the Foundation for Local Reparations: A Guide for Providing National Symmetry for Local Reparations Efforts.” This document is used to inform the local reparations movement across the United States

The Urban Summit was convened in 2008 by Bishop James Tindall Sr. It brought together elected officials and urban residents to discuss economic development, crime and substance abuse, education, health care, neighborhood/housing and integration.  

The 14th Annual Urban Summit Conference is completely free and will convene Saturday, November 6th at the Penn Valley Community College.

To register log on to urbansummitkcmo.com


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