Segment 1: Kansas City voters revert Martin Luther King Boulevard back to its previous name, Paseo.
The morning after Martin Luther King's name was voted off of a major boulevard, we analyze what the controversy and its outcome mean for Kansas City communities. Plus, how this all looks through a national lens.
- Michelle Tyrene Johnson, Race, Identity & Culture Reporter, KCUR
- John Eligon, national race correspondent based in Kansas City, New York Times
Segment 2, beginning at 31:10: A new movie theater brings Latin film to Kansas City.
Yosmel Serrano opened La Selva de los Relojes in Historic Northeast after struggling to find a theater that showed Spanish-language films in Kansas City.
- Yosmel Serrano, owner, La Selva de los Relojes
Segment 3, beginning at 36:00: An exhibit honoring an Egyptian queen has personal meaning for the Nelson-Atkins director.
Ahead of Queen Nefertari: Eternal Egypt, opening November 15th, the head of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City reflects on who Queen Nefertari was and what makes the exhibit personal for him. He's consulted on preserving her tomb since the 1990s.
- Julian Zugazagoitia, Director and CEO, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art