Akiba Winchester paraded his giant puppet down Prospect Avenue on Tuesday, part of the UniverSoul Circus. The group marched from 39th Street to a rally against violence in the parking lot of the Linwood Shopping Center.
Akiba Winchester paraded his giant puppet down Prospect Avenue on Tuesday, part of the UniverSoul Circus. The group marched from 39th Street to a rally against violence in the parking lot of the Linwood Shopping Center. Allison Long The Kansas City Star
Akiba Winchester paraded his giant puppet down Prospect Avenue on Tuesday, part of the UniverSoul Circus. The group marched from 39th Street to a rally against violence in the parking lot of the Linwood Shopping Center. Allison Long The Kansas City Star

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