Kansas Citians held a 1,000 Man March on Saturday to mark the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March in the nation’s capital. Participants, led by the Marching Cobras, walked along Linwood Boulevard to the Central Academy of Excellence football field. With a coffin on stage representing all the violent deaths, 12-year-old Faheem Collins addressed the group and called for an end to the violence.
Kansas Citians held a 1,000 Man March on Saturday to mark the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March in the nation’s capital. Participants, led by the Marching Cobras, walked along Linwood Boulevard to the Central Academy of Excellence football field. With a coffin on stage representing all the violent deaths, 12-year-old Faheem Collins addressed the group and called for an end to the violence. Susan Pfannmuller Special to the Star
Kansas Citians held a 1,000 Man March on Saturday to mark the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March in the nation’s capital. Participants, led by the Marching Cobras, walked along Linwood Boulevard to the Central Academy of Excellence football field. With a coffin on stage representing all the violent deaths, 12-year-old Faheem Collins addressed the group and called for an end to the violence. Susan Pfannmuller Special to the Star

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