Seg. 1: Guns And Schools. Seg. 2: Refugee Quilts
Segment 1: Is the conversation around guns, schools and violence changing?
Teens in Florida have been galvanized to speak out about mass shootings at American schools. But what is happening here? Have our thoughts shifted about school shootings?
- Steven Rich, Database Editor for Investigations, The Washington Post and co-author of "No, there haven't been 18 school shootings in 2018. That number is flat wrong."
- Maggie Koerth-Baker, Senior Science Writer, "FiveThirtyEight" and author of "Mass Shootings Are A Bad Way To Understand Gun Violence"
Segment 2, beginning at 39:40: Refugees in Kansas City find a new way to tell their stories.
Refugees in KC have been telling their stories through quilts. We hear how sewing and quilting have changed things for them in ways that go beyond self-expression.
- Ann Say, teacher and organizer of a sewing class at Once We Were Refugees
1,000 Footsteps Tell The Story, an exhibit of these quilts, is at the Carter Art Center at Penn Valley Community College through March 8.