Firing Off An Open Letter To Missouri Gov. Greitens: Don’t Kill Discrimination Protections

An important plea from one of the best bloggers in Kansas City who continues her advocacy for the little guy . . .

Uncommon Courage: My Letter to Governor Greitens. (PLEASE OPPOSE SB43)

Highlight . . .

“I believe our upbringings were similar. I am Jewish and my mother, grandparents and great-grandmother fled Nazi Germany in 1938, days before Kristallnacht, to live in the United States. Unfortunately, many of my relatives were denied immigration status to the U.S. and perished in Auschwitz. Being lucky enough to survive religious persecution, I became a civil rights lawyer, mainly representing victims of discrimination in employment. I read that you were taught by Holocaust survivors and I imagine you understand my motivation.”

Read the post in its entirety.

You decide . . .

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