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Occupy KC protests come to a temporary stop

Protestors took over the steps of City Hall during a 21-day occupation protest for police reform, turning a portion of downtown Kansas City into...

KC Art on the Block: Kansas City artists and volunteers paint murals in support of the BLM movement

Local artists and volunteers gathered Saturday morning to paint murals on six Kansas City streets, during an event called “KC Art on the Block:...

A lesson in black history: student groups host trivia session, discussion

How well do you know your black history? The UMKC groups Students for Justice and the collegiate chapter of the National Association for the Advancement...

NAACP holds first meeting of the semester

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) collegiate chapter at UMKC held its first meeting of the year last week. This meeting...

Celebrate Black History Month with UMKC’s NAACP chapter

UMKC’s NAACP chapter held this year’s first general body meeting on future events last Monday at the Student Union. The organization decided on some very...

Westport beefs up security | Concerns about discrimination grow

Sheree Sims Security measures in Westport are about to tighten, following a city council vote last year which privatized streets in the popular entertainment district. Passed...

Is the NAACP Still Relevant?

The NAACP is alive, relevant and, according to the UMKC NAACP Youth and College Division, they will always be. Steve Ricard, NAACP Member of the...

Innocent to Death

In August of 1991, 19-year-old Troy Davis of Savannah, Ga. was sentenced to death for the 1989 murder of a Burger King security guard,...

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