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KCPD Officer A “Serial Killer”: Murdered Donnie Sanders In 2020, Body Slammed A 9 Month Pregnant Black Woman, And Killed 2 More People Last Friday… And Still Employed By KCPD

Exposing the horrifying truth of unchecked violence by KCPD Officer Blayne Newton. From the murder of Donnie Sanders to attacking a 9-month pregnant woman, Newton’s reign of terror continues unchecked. Now implicated in the brutal killing of two more individuals, the community demands justice.

KC Civil Rights Leaders Issue Scathing Statement on “Racist, Sexist” Policies of City Manager Brian Platt, Say Mayor Lucas is Also “Complicit”

A coalition of civil rights organizations in Kansas City issues a scathing statement and vote of no confidence in City Manager Brian Platt and Mayor Quinton Lucas, citing racist, sexist and discriminatory policies toward Black women and workers, and demanding immediate action from the City Council.

55th anniversary of the “Kansas City Race Riots”: An interview with Dr. Anthony LaBat on decolonizing language

April memorializes the 55th Anniversary of what is (commonly referred to as) the Kansas City Race Riots that followed the death of Martin Luther King Jr in 1968. The University of Missouri Kansas City’s LaBudde Special Collections has reworked its 1968 Race Riot Collection information to decolonize its language, but is now looking to possibly rename its collection with the community’s help.

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