Tracie McClendon-Cole, the deputy director for the Kansas City Health Department, said “white flight” may be a factor in life expectancy declines in some Kansas City ZIP codes. Alisha Somji, left, and Lisa Fujie Parks, from the Prevention Institute in Oakland, are helping the city develop a violence prevention plan.
Tracie McClendon-Cole, the deputy director for the Kansas City Health Department, said “white flight” may be a factor in life expectancy declines in some Kansas City ZIP codes. Alisha Somji, left, and Lisa Fujie Parks, from the Prevention Institute in Oakland, are helping the city develop a violence prevention plan. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com
Tracie McClendon-Cole, the deputy director for the Kansas City Health Department, said “white flight” may be a factor in life expectancy declines in some Kansas City ZIP codes. Alisha Somji, left, and Lisa Fujie Parks, from the Prevention Institute in Oakland, are helping the city develop a violence prevention plan. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com

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September 25, 2017 03:40 PM

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