Razer: Exhibit about gay rights removed from Missouri Capitol museum

An openly-gay Kansas City state senator is demanding answers from Missouri state parks officials, after an exhibit was removed from the Statehouse in Jefferson City.

State Sen. Greg Razer (D-Kansas City) says the exhibit was called “Making History: Kansas City and the Rise of Gay Rights”. He says it was on display for four days, before being removed.

Senator Razer says he’s appalled and offended that the exhibit was removed.

State parks is a division of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. The museum is on the Missouri Capitol’s first floor.

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