Who Was Angie Schroer and Why Did Indepence Police Say She Committed Suicide?
Today’s broadcast is two parts of the story of Angie Schroer. In the first half host Jeff Humfeld talks to Angie’s Mother, Jackie Schroer about her daughter, as a child and on up to adulthood until she was killed, as well as Angie’s hopes and dreams for the future. We want help people understand what Angie’s family lost with her death and how we as a community are diminished by her absence. The memories of Angie will be of the life she lived but none of us will know what she may have accomplished or the lives she may have touched and changed.
In the second half of our broadcast host Keith Brown El continues the conversation with Angie’s mother Jackie Schroer about the investigation she claims the Independence Police botched when they ruled her death a suicide instead of a murder. Jackie brought the evidence to forensic and investigative experts outside the IPD and they came to a very different conclusion.
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The JoJR Calendar for the week of November 18th
More Squared is having Kansas Issues2Action Night at First Baptist Church, 500 Nebraska AVE, Kansas City KS, today, Monday, November 18th from 6:30 – 8:00 PM. Go to More2.org.
The Kansas City Chapter of Missouri Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants will have their monthly meeting Monday, November 18th, 6:30 PM at the Chestnut Avenue Family Resource Center, 3811 Chestnut Ave, KCMO. MO CURE advocates for the human rights of prisoners in Missouri prisons and jails as well as those who have returned to society. MO CURE lobbies state and local governments, makes direct contact with corrections officials and sends a quarterly newsletter to supporters and prisoners.
The Bite and KS/MO Dream Alliance invite you to join them team up with KSMODA to raise funds for deferred action recipients. This Pozole Fundraiser x DACA will be held THURS 11/21, 5 pm at the The Bite, 23 E 3rd St, KCMO. KSMODA is a local organization fighting for immigrants rights in the Kansas City metro area. We will be offering our pozole and other dishes.
Working Together to Improve Access to Justice for Sexual Assault Survivors is a training event sponsored by Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA) on Friday, November 22, 8:30 AM to noon at Regional Police Academy, 6885 Northeast Pleasant Valley Road, Kansas City, MO 64119. This training is intended for Sexual Assault Response Team members and other individuals who interact with victims of sexual assault throughout the KC Metro. Registration required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
One Struggle KC- Black Town Hall Meeting, hosted by One Struggle KC Saturday, November 23, at 3:30 – 5 PM Kansas City Public Library – Lucile H. Bluford Branch 3050 Prospect Avenue KCMO see on facebook