Richard Mabion (counterclockwise from upper left), Kansas City, Kan., NAACP chapter president; Sam Mann, former pastor of a black church and activist for racial equality; Anita L. Russell, Kansas City, Mo., NAACP chapter president and national board member, and Lora McDonald, community organizer and executive director of More2, sat down for a frank discussion about race.
Richard Mabion (counterclockwise from upper left), Kansas City, Kan., NAACP chapter president; Sam Mann, former pastor of a black church and activist for racial equality; Anita L. Russell, Kansas City, Mo., NAACP chapter president and national board member, and Lora McDonald, community organizer and executive director of More2, sat down for a frank discussion about race. SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com
Richard Mabion (counterclockwise from upper left), Kansas City, Kan., NAACP chapter president; Sam Mann, former pastor of a black church and activist for racial equality; Anita L. Russell, Kansas City, Mo., NAACP chapter president and national board member, and Lora McDonald, community organizer and executive director of More2, sat down for a frank discussion about race. SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com

Kansas City community leaders talk about race, white privilege

July 25, 2015 4:00 AM