kansas city

Via: Peaceworks KC

“Lu Mountenay, a Community of Christ minister in Independence, MO, crossed the property line at KC’s new nuclear weapons parts plant on May 30, 2016. More than 50 supporters cheered her on! The KC police processed her right on the driveway to the new plant and soon released her, giving her an Aug. 1 court date for her civil resistance. Police take custody of Lu as soon as she crosses the property line May 30. —Photo by Jim Hannah Now it’s time for “court support” for Lu, the vice chair of the PeaceWorks Board of Directors. Her 1:30 pm hearing will be fairly quiet, with Lu being one of many coming for various infractions to Courtroom G in Municipal Court at Locust and 11th Street in KC, MO. To rally for freedom from nuclear weapons, PeaceWorks invites you to gather at 12:30 pm on 11th Street between Locust and Oak for snacks, a few words from Lu, and a march to the courthouse. For info, call Jane, 913-206- 4088. Let’s witness as Lu receives, most likely, many hours of “community service” for her crime of resisting nuclear weapons… for the third time.The federal government says it costs $900 million a year to operate the new plant, euphemistically called the National Security Campus. Before her line-crossing on May 30, Memorial Day, Lu referred to the old plant, “Bannister Federal Complex employees got sick, and many died from the contaminants. That’s who we’re here to memorialize.” Then referring to the new plant, she asked: “This plant—how many years? Seventy years, before it’s so contaminated they’ll shut it down, abandon it, and leave the contamination in its wake?”

There’s a Kansas City, MO, eatery where volunteers show diners to their tables, provide a menu of healthy items, then take their orders. The various dishes can be tailored to specific needs, and diners can review and request new items. It seems like an ordinary restaurant, but it’s actually a community soup kitchen.

“They’re treating me good, like they don’t know I’m homeless.”

Not only do they feed the homeless, they’re also a specialized training program for culinary students.

The program provides hands-on experience to people who are interested in the culinary industry, but are also dealing with issues that prevent them from enrolling in a traditional program.

Also, people from all walks of life are encouraged to eat at Kansas City’s Community Kitchen. Everyone is welcome: students, police officers, doctors, volunteers, and more - because after all, it is a COMMUNITY kitchen. You don’t have to be unable to afford food to enjoy a meal or volunteer your services.

It’s both an educational and supportive way to bring different parts of the community together in one place. 


'You get what you deserve, white boy': Boy, 13, doused in gasoline and set alight in racially-motivated attack
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But youre not going to hear any of the cancerous parasites screaming “NO JUSTICE NO PEAS!!!!!!” for him.

stay fucking woke.