Even as the shock of Hurricane Katrina lingers and its survivors find their way to Wichita, life goes on in Kansasâ€™ largest, most diverse and, we would argue, most interesting city. Just look at Tuesdayâ€™s agenda for the Wichita City Council. The proclamations to be made: “Wichita High School West Class of 1960 Day,” “Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month,” “Preparedness Month,” “Union Rescue Mission Week” and “Prostate Cancer Awareness Week.” The four speakers on the public agenda will address these topics: support for the arts, getting rid of pornography, how the city can help hurricane victims and help its own infrastructure, and “when there is no justice there is violence.” What a rich array of causes and thoughts.
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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