Mindy Corporon spoke Tuesday at a news conference at the Church of the Resurrection in Leawood about SevenDays: Make a Ripple, Change The World. Among those joining her were Jim LaManno (front row center) and Lovell Holloway (back row, second from left) of Racial and Religious Acceptance and Cultural Equality. Corporon’s son, Reat Underwood, and her father, William Corporon, were killed outside the Jewish Community Center on April 13, 2014. LaManno’s wife, Terri, was killed outside Village Shalom
Mindy Corporon spoke Tuesday at a news conference at the Church of the Resurrection in Leawood about SevenDays: Make a Ripple, Change The World. Among those joining her were Jim LaManno (front row center) and Lovell Holloway (back row, second from left) of Racial and Religious Acceptance and Cultural Equality. Corporon’s son, Reat Underwood, and her father, William Corporon, were killed outside the Jewish Community Center on April 13, 2014. LaManno’s wife, Terri, was killed outside Village Shalom Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Mindy Corporon spoke Tuesday at a news conference at the Church of the Resurrection in Leawood about SevenDays: Make a Ripple, Change The World. Among those joining her were Jim LaManno (front row center) and Lovell Holloway (back row, second from left) of Racial and Religious Acceptance and Cultural Equality. Corporon’s son, Reat Underwood, and her father, William Corporon, were killed outside the Jewish Community Center on April 13, 2014. LaManno’s wife, Terri, was killed outside Village Shalom Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

April 7-13 will be a week of remembrance to mark the anniversary of the Jewish center shootings

March 03, 2015 7:56 PM