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The legacy of Rose Kemp

By Sylvia Maria Gross

Kansas City, MO – Women's advocate Rose Kemp died over the weekend at the age of 72. Born in Kansas City Kansas, Kemp was regional administrator for the Women's Bureau at the Department of Labor for twenty-two years. But for 40 years, she led initiatives in Kansas City designed to bring women together, and help them succeed in the workplace.

Former UMKC Women's Center director Ruth Margolin told KCUR's Sylvia Maria Gross about her friend and collaborator Rose Kemp.

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