Jeana Van Sickle (middle), SURJ KC organizer, led a discussion about what can be done in neighborhoods to curb racism during a SURJ KC meeting at St. Mark Hope and Peace Lutheran church, 3800 Troost Ave.
Jeana Van Sickle (middle), SURJ KC organizer, led a discussion about what can be done in neighborhoods to curb racism during a SURJ KC meeting at St. Mark Hope and Peace Lutheran church, 3800 Troost Ave. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com
Jeana Van Sickle (middle), SURJ KC organizer, led a discussion about what can be done in neighborhoods to curb racism during a SURJ KC meeting at St. Mark Hope and Peace Lutheran church, 3800 Troost Ave. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com

KC group aims to help dismantle racism by building a network of white activists

August 15, 2016 1:08 PM