Kansas City Star Condemns Racist Street Signs On Troost & Throughout Metro

Today the so-called "paper of record" shares this edict for local avenues like Troost & beyond . . .

"In a place rich in cultural centers, museums and other exhibit spaces, Kansas City leaders must develop a plan to rid the city once and for all of street names, monuments and other public symbols that honor slaveholders and others who participated in the oppression of Black Kansas Citians and other minorities."

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

Relics of racism belong in museums, not on Kansas City street signs | Opinion

Kansas City should commission its own museum of evil. We're serious: Why not take a cue from Harlan Crow, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' eccentric and well-connected benefactor? Create a collection of educational monuments dedicated to prominent area slave owners - and get their names off our streets.