Today's culture war dichotomy . . .
Check local progressives championing "tolerance" and love whilst highlight the racial demographics of their neighbors above all else.
The only thing halfway honest about this report is some hipster attempting to sell more 2nd rate and overpriced food by way of "woke" branding . . . Which, to be fair, sounds easier than engaging in a bitter price war with some of the better Kansas City chino/latino buffets . . . Which TKC prefers of course.
Here's the word . . .
"After a wave of anti-Asian violence across the country last spring, Kansas City came together to show solidarity for local Asians, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Is the support holding up?"
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Ron Nguyen wonders where the solidarity went. Nguyen, the former president of the Vietnamese American Community of Greater Kansas City , remembers how a surge of anti-Asian violence around the country last year was followed by an unprecedented level of support.
Photos by Travis Young. Studio courtesy of Travis Carroll. For Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, we teamed up with Catcall Magazine to highlight the AAPI team members who make Kansas City's first Vietnamese coffee shop Cafe Cà Phê possible.
Developing . . .