DACA Ruling Reactions | Kansas City's 1968 Uprising | The Perfect Grilled Burger
Reactions to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on an Obama-era immigration program, a comparison of current Kansas City protests to those that occurred after the death of Martin Luther King Jr., and how to make the best grilled burger for dad on Father's Day.
Segment 1, beginning at 4:35: The Supreme Court has left open the door for another attempt to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
While conservatives decry the decision, a ruling by the Supreme Court is being celebrated by hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children. Two DACA recipients living in Kansas City offered their reactions, and an expert on the court analyzed the decision.
- Amy Howe, co-founder of SCOTUSblog
- Zaid Consuegra, restaurant owner, executive chef and DACA recipient
- Alex Martinez, organizer, poet and DACA recipient
Segment 2, beginning at 27:29: The killing of two Black men, 52 years apart, sparked strong, sometimes violent protests in Kansas City.
An examination of the unrest on the day of Martin Luther King Jr.'s funeral in 1968, and in the wake of this year's police killing of George Floyd. The death of each man was just the spark for protests that followed, fueled by decades of racial inequity.
- Rebecca Davis, associate teaching professor of history at the University of Missouri-Kansas City
Segment 3, beginning at 41:32: The perfect grilled burger requires just a few ingredients and some simple instructions.
Whether you're a grilling novice or veteran, one Kansas City meat master has advice for selecting and preparing the right meat, the ideal number of toppings and more.
- Alex Pope, owner of Local Pig and Pigwich