Kansas City should reconsider its tribute to J.C. Nichols, a visionary developer who went to great lengths to ensure that racial and religious minorities could not live in his neighborhoods.
Kansas City should reconsider its tribute to J.C. Nichols, a visionary developer who went to great lengths to ensure that racial and religious minorities could not live in his neighborhoods. Shane Keyser File photo
Kansas City should reconsider its tribute to J.C. Nichols, a visionary developer who went to great lengths to ensure that racial and religious minorities could not live in his neighborhoods. Shane Keyser File photo

Steve Kraske: Kansas City should confront racist past and rename J.C. Nichols fountain

June 17, 2017 03:30 PM

UPDATED June 20, 2017 11:22 AM

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