Because the famed developer undermined the lives of generations of black Kansas Citians, J.C. Nichols’ name should be removed from the city’s greatest fountain, writes Steve Kraske.
Because the famed developer undermined the lives of generations of black Kansas Citians, J.C. Nichols’ name should be removed from the city’s greatest fountain, writes Steve Kraske. KEITH MYERS The Kansas City Star
Because the famed developer undermined the lives of generations of black Kansas Citians, J.C. Nichols’ name should be removed from the city’s greatest fountain, writes Steve Kraske. KEITH MYERS The Kansas City Star

Steve Kraske: I’m still talking about J.C. Nichols, racism and renaming the fountain

June 29, 2017 05:47 PM

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