Three professors from Haskell Indian Nations University discuss the mutual support — and historical connection — between their communities and the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Several Kansas City civil rights organizations banded together Friday afternoon to protest federal agents being deployed to Kansas City and to demand the ouster of Kansas City Police Chief Rick Smith.
John Pryor's furniture business was just three years old when the pandemic struck. He put away his saws and sandpaper, and enlisted the help of Kansas City's refugee community to produce thousands of masks in the interim.
Kansas City Colleges Plan To Reopen, But Uncertainty For International Students If They Have To Close AgainNew visa rules don't allow international students to stay in the U.S. if a coronavirus outbreak forces their university to move classes online.
Black people in Kansas City are more likely to be arrested on marijuana charges. City officials say removing marijuana possession as a city violation is a step forward for racial justice.
The White House announced the federal operation to address violent crime Wednesday. Some community leaders say federal resources should go toward addressing the cause of violence instead of putting more agents on the ground.
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