In the wake of the NAACP’s travel advisory about the state of Missouri, Kansas City Mayor Sly James said in a blog post that all are welcome to the city.
In the wake of the NAACP’s travel advisory about the state of Missouri, Kansas City Mayor Sly James said in a blog post that all are welcome to the city. Kansas City Star file photo
In the wake of the NAACP’s travel advisory about the state of Missouri, Kansas City Mayor Sly James said in a blog post that all are welcome to the city. Kansas City Star file photo

After NAACP travel advisory, KC Mayor Sly James says all are welcome

August 11, 2017 01:31 PM

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