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Kasandra Michelle Perkins: We Must Say Her Name

December 3, 2012
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Kasandra Michelle Perkins: We Must Say Her Name

  In the aftermath of the tragic murder of Kasandra Michelle Perkins, and the subsequent suicide of Jovan Belcher, much of the media and social media chatter have focused on Belcher.  Indeed, Kasandra Michelle Perkins has been an afterthought in public conversations focused on questions regarding the Chiefs’ ability to play, concussions, masculinity, guns,...
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