We have vulnerable populations because our social caste system exploits people of color and women of all colors. Jaws of Justice will feature an interview with two leaders of the More² Criminal Justice Task Force of Kansas City Kansas – David Grummon, Attorney and Khadijah Hardaway, a community leader.
Both are working on all the systemic issues associated with the Lamonte McIntyre exoneration, from the resignation of the chief of police to the surveys More² got KCKS to conduct for the new chief search. They will talk about some of the systemic issues associated with the trauma of having experienced violence and exploitation from the police.
Is it hard to believe a trigger for these bad acts are race, sex, color, and national origin? More² is on track to make Wyandotte County a welcoming community.
BE SURE AND LISTEN to how this is done and how you can be involved!
The Calendar for the week of March 30th:
- Usually, Corey’s Network will have their weekly meeting with a Survivors’ Workshop – Beginning the Journey 2 – on Monday, from 6 – 8 PM at the Church of the 4 Corners – The City House, 14300 E. US HWY 40, Independence, MO. The church is east of the HyVee on 40 highway. Corey’s Network has a weekly meeting to learn how to deal with grief, the media, investigation, court, and moving forward after a homicide has occurred.
In compliance with the local orders, Corey’s Network has suspended all meetings until the all clear is given by the Mayor. See Corey’s Network on facebook or their website, coreysnetwork.org.
- Weekly meetings are all suspended, however, your group may have virtual meetings, so check Facebook and websites.
- Harvesters has drive through food pantries in Kansas and Missouri. Go to org or on Facebook for times and addresses.
- Your library has virtual services available. Online, you check out audio books, digitally printed books, movies and documentaries. Check it out!