Kansas City Celebrates Historic Victory For Women Despite Haterz

Tonight our campy tribute to Rosie The Riveter offers another perspective on all manner of wartime propaganda. 

In recent elections we notice urban communities don't have much enthusiasm for supporting white ladies seeking power. 

Turnabout is fair play . . . Inasmuch as Kansas City white ladies advance despite the outcry of activists claiming to represent communities of color. 

Here's a nicer way to view the local progress . . .

Kansas City, Missouri, Fire Chief Donna Lake called the day a historic day for public safety in Kansas City.

“Two women at the helms of the fire department and police department,” Chief Lake said. “I’ve known Stacey for quite a while and I’m very proud of her. I think she will move the organization in a positive direction for the community.”

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'Historic day for public safety': Women hold chief positions in KCMO police, fire departments

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves is making history alongside Kansas City Fire Chief Donna Lake, as women lead both the city's fire and police departments. After a closed-door meeting Thursday, the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners named Graves as the KCPD's police chief around 9:40 a.m.

Victim advocacy group shares hopes, concerns as new KCPD Chief is named

The community is weighing in on the appointment of the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department's new Chief of Police, Stacey Graves. The president of a local crime victim advocacy group says he believes Graves will work to improve community engagement, but says she has a tough job ahead when it comes to issues inside and outside the department.

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