Vince Munoz is housing justice organizer with Rent Zero Kansas. He lives in Mission, Kansas.
Kansas history offers a warning on Gaza: Bipartisan consensus is often wrong
By: Vince Munoz - November 16, 2023
During my undergraduate years at the University of Kansas I had the privilege of working as an archival assistant in the Robert and Elizabeth Dole Archives and Special Collections. The downside of learning history from primary source material is seeing the worst instincts of humanity repeated over and over and over again. Countless words have […]
Lobbying didn’t stop Kansas anti-trans bill. Here’s what will, even after it goes into effect.
By: Vince Munoz - April 23, 2023
On April 5, the Kansas Legislature voted to overturn Gov. Laura Kelly’s veto of the so-called “fairness in women’s sports act.” The bill bans transgender women from participating in school-sanctioned sports. This vote in the Legislature succeeded despite weeks of advocacy, testimony and other methods of politely petitioning lawmakers to respect trans athletes. Advocacy and […]
How lawmakers can give 155,000 Kansans housing security — cancel rent
By: Vince Munoz - August 20, 2020
The Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of widening the conversation about how public policies affect the day-to-day lives of people throughout our state. Vince Munoz is an organizer with Rent Zero Kansas. On Monday, Gov. Laura Kelly issued another two-week eviction moratorium. While this undoubtedly will keep people off […]