The Quindaro Ruins in Kansas City, Kansas have been a source of musical collaboration for America Patton (center) Rachel Feuntes (right) and Dominique Sanders, who are playing original compositions like "Spiritual Warfare" or "Hopeful Notes From Mr. Brady” for a musical tribute to Quindaro and the Underground Railroad.
The Quindaro Ruins in Kansas City, Kansas have been a source of musical collaboration for America Patton (center) Rachel Feuntes (right) and Dominique Sanders, who are playing original compositions like "Spiritual Warfare" or "Hopeful Notes From Mr. Brady” for a musical tribute to Quindaro and the Underground Railroad. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
The Quindaro Ruins in Kansas City, Kansas have been a source of musical collaboration for America Patton (center) Rachel Feuntes (right) and Dominique Sanders, who are playing original compositions like "Spiritual Warfare" or "Hopeful Notes From Mr. Brady” for a musical tribute to Quindaro and the Underground Railroad. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

KCK man sets racial strife and harmony to music to honor Quindaro

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