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  • White Privilege Conference coming to KC

    The 18th White Privilege Conference comes to Kansas City for the first time, and leaders hope for a challenging, but inspiring, experience for everyone. The conference is popular with people whose life passion has been advancing inclusion and economic and social equity for all. The conference runs April 27-30.

The 18th White Privilege Conference comes to Kansas City for the first time, and leaders hope for a challenging, but inspiring, experience for everyone. The conference is popular with people whose life passion has been advancing inclusion and economic and social equity for all. The conference runs April 27-30. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
The 18th White Privilege Conference comes to Kansas City for the first time, and leaders hope for a challenging, but inspiring, experience for everyone. The conference is popular with people whose life passion has been advancing inclusion and economic and social equity for all. The conference runs April 27-30. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

Got privilege? Kansas City preparing to host the national White Privilege Conference

April 03, 2017 1:39 PM