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Bearcat speaks out about racism in society

Lauren Omon, two-time Northwest Missouri State University MIAA Basketball Championship player is a local Mom of three, a business professional and an advocate. She's encouraging others to share their voices as well.

Posted: Jun 6, 2020 10:06 AM
Updated: Jun 6, 2020 1:31 PM

Since the death of Gerorge Floyd there have been many protests and many voices speak out about standing aganist racism and police brutality. One of those voices is two-time Northwest Missouri State University MIAA Basketball Championship player Lauren Omon. Omon is a local Mom of three, a business professional and an advocate. She's speaking out on social media encourging others to have a voice as well..KQ2's Jodie O'Brien has this one-on-one conversation with Lauren Omon.

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