The Johnson County Courthouse in Olathe was where the county branch of the NAACP on Monday held a news conference to announce an initiative to get more people of color elected to city council seats, school board positions and other offices in the county.
The Johnson County Courthouse in Olathe was where the county branch of the NAACP on Monday held a news conference to announce an initiative to get more people of color elected to city council seats, school board positions and other offices in the county. . The Kansas City Star
The Johnson County Courthouse in Olathe was where the county branch of the NAACP on Monday held a news conference to announce an initiative to get more people of color elected to city council seats, school board positions and other offices in the county. . The Kansas City Star

NAACP right to push for more diverse representation in Johnson County officeholders

March 17, 2015 10:44 AM

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