Joseph Shepard, 21, who is majoring in criminal justice at Wichita State, holds a double portrait of himself. He is actively involved in diversity issues and says recent events in Ferguson, Mo., illustrate that communities here and elsewhere need to come together to overcome stereotypes.
Joseph Shepard, 21, who is majoring in criminal justice at Wichita State, holds a double portrait of himself. He is actively involved in diversity issues and says recent events in Ferguson, Mo., illustrate that communities here and elsewhere need to come together to overcome stereotypes. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
Joseph Shepard, 21, who is majoring in criminal justice at Wichita State, holds a double portrait of himself. He is actively involved in diversity issues and says recent events in Ferguson, Mo., illustrate that communities here and elsewhere need to come together to overcome stereotypes. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle

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