Segment 1: Study on black, queer-identifying men takes new approach to research.
A new study spearheaded by a local grassroots organization conducted a comprehensive health and wellness assessment for black, queer-identifying men in Kansas City. We hear about what they learned.
- D. Rashaan Gilmore, president and founder, BlaqOut
Segment 2, beginning at 21:36: The status of women's baseball in Kansas City.
Later this month, the Women's Baseball World Cup will be hosted in the United States for the first time ever. On this episode, we meet an Olathe native who will be playing for Team USA. We'll also learn about the local groundswell of enthusiasm for female participation in baseball.
- Alex Hugo, member of the United States National Team for Women's Baseball World Cup
- Angel McGee, manager of communications and outreach, Kansas City MLB Urban Youth Academy