In Kansas, A City Is Working To Confront Its Racist History
Some Kansans take pride in their free state history and sometimes romanticize the “Bleeding Kansas” days when abolitionists like John Brown fought to keep slavery out of the state.
But that pride can tend to paper over brutally racist parts of Kansas history. David Condos of the Kansas News Service brings us the report on that violent, racist past.
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