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There is an African-American community in Kansas, including in Kansas City, Kansas.[citation needed]

Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka was decided in 1954.[citation needed]

History

Main article: History of slavery in Kansas

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Geography

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Nicodemus, Kansas was settled by African Americans, commemorated in the Nicodemus National Historic Site.[citation needed]

Media

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The Call is headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri and also is distributed to African-Americans in Kansas City, Kansas.[citation needed]

Politics

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The Kansas African American Legislative Caucus is the political caucus of the Kansas Legislature.[citation needed]

Education

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Sumner High School was a racially segregated high school in Kansas City, Kansas.[citation needed]

Notable people

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