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KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Kansas City, Kansas, is one of the most diverse communities in the country with a strong Latino community. First lady Dr. Jill Biden chose KCK as one of three cities to visit to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. She heard stories from leaders within the community working to amplify Latino voices.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - First lady Jill Biden spent several hours in Kansas City Tuesday afternoon. She visited El Centro Academy to hear about concerns and other issues Hispanic Americans face. After the meeting, Biden and her entourage headed to lunch at a popular restaurant, but it wasn't a barbecue spot politicians normally chose while in KC.
The First Lady Dr. Jill Biden is visiting Kansas City, Kansas, today in honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month. The First Lady's event near El Centro Academy is billed as a conversation and listening session with the Hispanic community in Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - First Lady Dr. Jill Biden stopped by Kansas City, Kansas, Tuesday for Hispanic Heritage Month. It was her first of three stops across the country to host a "charla," which means chat in Spanish, to hear from members of the Latino community.
First Lady Jill Biden paid a visit to Kansas City, Kansas, on Tuesday, to hear from members of the local Latino community as part of her Hispanic Heritage Month listening tour. Biden came to El Centro Academy with Small Business Administration director Isabella Guzman, touting the administration's Build Back Better agenda and their use of coronavirus relief measures to support Latino-owned businesses.
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