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Quinton Lucas talks future of police in Kansas City, COVID-19 update – Roo News October 13th

https://youtu.be/Nu5AEBh2YNo In this week's edition of Roo News, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas joined UMKC faculty and SGA President Brandon Henderson for a critical discussion...

Black Lives Matter protests lead to police reforms in Kansas City

At the end of May, protests erupted across the United States and the world in response to the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna...

Coffee with a Cop builds relationships between students and campus police

Have you ever wondered why police officers are stereotypically associated with coffee and donuts?  UMKC’s Multicultural Student Affairs Office used what is often a joke...

UMKC’s Men of Color powerfully illustrate police violence

The UMKC Men of Color held a die-in demonstration in the quad area, in response to police brutality against black men around the country. The...

Wes Lowery talks social justice

As freshmen Aliah Fisher greeted students and faculty at last week’s 10th annual Social Justice Lecture Series, she explained her reason for getting involved...

Man charged with raping UMKC student in Johnson Hall

Sam Danley, News Editor Zach Linhares, Distribution Manager Esmie Tseng, Managing Editor A Colorado man allegedly raped a UMKC student early last Friday, after carrying her unconscious...

Protest: From America’s Foundation to America’s Scapegoat

In 2004, my elementary school simulated its own election. A projector showcased photos of George W. Bush and John Kerry as students placed their...

Fight for 15 Makes History

61 years after Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat and her civil rights, Fight for 15 protesters in Kansas City and across...

Kansas City Fights for 15

The Kansas City-based organization Stand Up KC led a protest in favor of raising the minimum wage. Throughout...

Oak Place Apartments Disappear into Volcanic Sinkhole

You might notice that things look a little a different this week. That’s because in honor of April Fool’s Day (we know, we’re late),...

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