Seft Hunter, (from left), executive director of Kansas City's Communities Creating Opportunity, Eva Kathleen Schultz, the former executive director of Communities Creating Opportunity and now with Travois, and Marquita Brockton Taylor of Communities Creating Opportunity, will be on hand for the White Privilege Conference.
Seft Hunter, (from left), executive director of Kansas City's Communities Creating Opportunity, Eva Kathleen Schultz, the former executive director of Communities Creating Opportunity and now with Travois, and Marquita Brockton Taylor of Communities Creating Opportunity, will be on hand for the White Privilege Conference. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com
Seft Hunter, (from left), executive director of Kansas City's Communities Creating Opportunity, Eva Kathleen Schultz, the former executive director of Communities Creating Opportunity and now with Travois, and Marquita Brockton Taylor of Communities Creating Opportunity, will be on hand for the White Privilege Conference. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com

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