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By Delores Jones, Sylvia Maria Gross and Laura Ziegler

Kansas City, MO – Lakota film-maker Carol Burns talks about Mni Sose, her documentary about a struggle between tribal nations and the US government over burial grounds along the Missouri River. Plus, the Missouri Attorney General holds hearings on the future of the Black Archives of Mid America. Hear an interview from the 1980s with founder Horace Peterson. And, a preview of next weekend's Ethnic Enrichment Festival in Swope Park, highlighting the Samoan dance troupe Kona Winds.

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