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‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’ raises awareness about sexual violence

Who doesn’t love to watch boys stumble around in funny shoes?  The UMKC Women’s Center held its annual “Walk A Mile in Her Shoes” event...

Delta Zeta spurs conversation on sexual violence

While the rate of sexual harassment on college campuses continues to grow, such issues often seem too risky for administration to address. Students and...

An unexpected group takes stand against gun violence

Erin Gingrich-Gaylord, the local group leader for Kansas City’s chapter of Mom’s Demand Action, began this month’s meeting with a powerful quote. "We are here tonight...

National Walkout Day: Student shares why she walked out

Students across the country walked out of class Wednesday, March 14, one month after a school shooting at Marjorie Stone Douglas High School in...

Metro Students learn to prevent bullying and violence

Students from Central Middle School, Crossroads Academy, and University Academy gathered Friday morning to discuss bullying and violence prevention at the second annual Green...

The fight for civil debate | American Public Square

In today’s divisive political climate, it’s often hard to have a discussion about our most important national issues with someone of a different party....

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...

Trump’s Travel Ban focuses on religion, not security

As President Trump continues to evolve his travel ban, it is failing to make its intended difference in American security. This is because a key...

Islamic-American advocacy groups come together for Rohingya Muslims

Protestors gathered in Kansas City last week to call on representatives from the area to address ongoing violence in Myanmar. Since an attack against border...

Senators Fight Sexual Violence on Campus

Sen. Claire McCaskill took a break from campaign preparation in early April on behalf of an important cause: sexual assault prevention. The Missouri senator, who...

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