Kansas City Activists Decry Deadly Violence Against Women Trending

Over the past couple of years we've noticed this trend and now recent murders are garnering more attention.

The uptick in women killed on local streets is troubling.

Here's one more group calling out the crisis . . .

KC Mothers in Charge volunteers are asking anyone who may have heard or seen anything when Kaitlyn Mahurin was killed on Monday, June 20, to contact the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department or Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers.

KC Mothers in Charge went door to door Thursday near 26th and Cypress Avenue to hand out flyers that contained a QR code. With a scan of cell phone camera, the QR code helps anyone anonymously share information about any unsolved crimes with Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers.

“Why are we killing our women? These ladies that have children should be mothers out here raising her child,” Kansas City Chapter Mothers in Charge Founder and Program Director Rosilyn Temple said. “But some coward decided to take her life.”

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

KC Mothers in Charge canvas KC neighborhood after shooting kills 20-year-old woman

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Members of KC Mothers in Charge hope someone will come forward with information about who killed a 20-year-old woman who was shot inside her home on Monday.