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Mindy Corporon talks "Seven Days" events to make a ripple, change the world
Mindy's son and father were killed in JCC shooting
On April 13, 2014 two people were killed by a neo-nazi outside the Kansas City Jewish Community Center - 69-year-old Dr. William Corporon, and his 14-year-old grandson, Reat Underwood.
He then moved on to Village Shalom, a nearby Jewish retirement center, and killed 53-year-old Terri LaManno.
Since then, Mindy Corporon, who lost her father and her son that day, has channeled her grief into action. She's launched the organization Seven Days: Make a Ripple, Change the World.
Marking the third anniversary of the shooting, multiple events are scheduled the week of April 18-24 with various Kansas City area faith communities, culminating with an evening walk event at Union Station on Monday April 24th (register for the walk).
Mindy Corporon talks with Jonathan about Seven Days, the organization she began following the JCC shooting in April 2014, where she lost both her father and son. Multiple events are scheduled for April 18-24 with various faith communities culminating with a walk Monday April 24th at Union Station.