Students in this year’s Kansas City Association of Black Journalists Urban Student Journalism Academy at Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley (from left to right) are JaLynn Saulsbury from Blue Springs South High School, Clover Ross from the University of Missouri in Columbia, Nia Rhodes from Lee’s Summit High School, Chandi Marsh from Notre Dame de Sion, Gabrielle Morris from Paseo Academy and Taylor Holmes from Sumner Academy of Arts and Science. The women are reading The Kansas City Star to prepare for a daily current events quiz.
Students in this year’s Kansas City Association of Black Journalists Urban Student Journalism Academy at Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley (from left to right) are JaLynn Saulsbury from Blue Springs South High School, Clover Ross from the University of Missouri in Columbia, Nia Rhodes from Lee’s Summit High School, Chandi Marsh from Notre Dame de Sion, Gabrielle Morris from Paseo Academy and Taylor Holmes from Sumner Academy of Arts and Science. The women are reading The Kansas City Star to prepare for a daily current events quiz. Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star
Students in this year’s Kansas City Association of Black Journalists Urban Student Journalism Academy at Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley (from left to right) are JaLynn Saulsbury from Blue Springs South High School, Clover Ross from the University of Missouri in Columbia, Nia Rhodes from Lee’s Summit High School, Chandi Marsh from Notre Dame de Sion, Gabrielle Morris from Paseo Academy and Taylor Holmes from Sumner Academy of Arts and Science. The women are reading The Kansas City Star to prepare for a daily current events quiz. Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star

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