Kansas City Votes To Remove MLK Jr’s Name From Street In Black Area Of City

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The decision comes less than a year after the city council voted to rename The Paseo, a 10-mile boulevard running through a predominately Black area of the city, in the civil rights icon’s honor. The proposal to remove King’s name received about 70 percent of the vote while just over 30 percent voted to retain his name, unofficial results showed.

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