Maggie Anderson, who spent a year shopping only at black-owned businesses, spoke in a packed ballroom in the Sheraton Crown Center as part of Kansas City’s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, sponsored by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Greater Kansas City.
Maggie Anderson, who spent a year shopping only at black-owned businesses, spoke in a packed ballroom in the Sheraton Crown Center as part of Kansas City’s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, sponsored by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Greater Kansas City. Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star
Maggie Anderson, who spent a year shopping only at black-owned businesses, spoke in a packed ballroom in the Sheraton Crown Center as part of Kansas City’s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, sponsored by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Greater Kansas City. Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star

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