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For a few hours last night over seventy-five individuals gathered in the park at the corner of 47th and Broadway near the entrance to the Plaza in Kansas City to demonstrate against Nazis and racism and in support of the people of Charlottesville, Virginia.

“Make Racism Afraid Again”

Pro tip: if you’re driving in slow city traffic resist the urge to yell a challenge to a large protestor on the sidewalk carrying a sign at the exact moment the traffic light turns red.

Confrontation.

There were many more supportive passersby:

An expression of support.

After all, this is Kansas City.

“Resist Hate”

Solidarity.

Previously:

When people who aren’t Nazis march without tiki torches in broad daylight in Kansas City (August 12, 2017)

In 2017 (August 12, 2017)