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For over 25 years, Mr. Ah’Lee Robinson and The Kansas City Boys Choir have been enhancing the minds of young boys and bridging cultural gaps through the classical boy choir tradition. With a founding inspired by the Million Man March of 1995 and by the late-Dr. Walter Turnbull’s very own Harlem Boys Choir, The KCBC’s founding and many successes over the years are finally being captured in their own biography by KCBC associate, Ralvell Rogers II.
With the support of various amazing literary and political leaders of Kansas City and beyond, including Congressman Emanuel Cleaver II, Alvin Brooks, Bob Hill, G.S. Griffin, and Kevin Powell, The KCBC’s "The Kansas City Boys Choir: Providing Hope For Tomorrow", aims to celebrate 25 years of organization, and provide hope through their testimonials in a year of 2020 that has been flooded with much pain and strife.
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