The Gordon Parks Foundation has generously allowed the Nelson Atkins Museum in Kansas City to display his photographs of Muhammad Ali. The photos were taken between 1966 and 1970; in various locations around the world, Parks captured Ali's life in vivid and undiluted truth.
The 8th Annual Art That Touches Your Heart (ATTYH) was held at Wichita State’s Rhatigan Student Center on Feb. 22 & 23.
The Historic Northeast Midtown Association in Kansas City, KS, held its annual Chili Cook-Off on March 1 at Nefertiti’s Restaurant and Banquet Hall, 13th & Quindaro, KCK.
Everidge and Janice Cade, Ralph C. Johnson, CPA, and Bernice Meeks were the top honorees at the 39th Annual Black Men and Women of Distinction Award Ceremony held Sun., Feb. 24, at Friends of Yates, 1418 Garfield Ave., Kansas City, KS.
Eta Beta Lambda and Delta Mu Chapters of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, held their 22nd Annual Dr. Evies O. Cranford Tribute to Historically Black Colleges and Universities Scholarship Banquet on Feb. 23 at the Hyatt.
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