The NAACP moved forward this week with a Missouri travel advisory due to discrimination issues. A Blue Springs found “Die N-word” painted on his windows in May.
The NAACP moved forward this week with a Missouri travel advisory due to discrimination issues. A Blue Springs found “Die N-word” painted on his windows in May. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
The NAACP moved forward this week with a Missouri travel advisory due to discrimination issues. A Blue Springs found “Die N-word” painted on his windows in May. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

NAACP moves forward with Missouri travel advisory, citing policing disparities, other issues

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