Seg. 1: Remembering Kate Spade. Seg. 2: Dialogue On Suicide Prevention
Segment 1: New York fashion icon kept Kansas City roots.
The death of fashion designer Kate Spade touched a nerve here locally. We speak with a local reporter who met Spade and remembers her as being very much Kansas Citian.
- Jeneé Osterheldt, columnist, Kansas City Star
Segment 2, beginning at 15:01: Research on suicide prevention is progressing.
Conversations about depression and suicide prevention are difficult but necessary. We learn how research can help us improve our dialogue on mental health.
- Dan Reidenberg, managing director, National Council for Suicide Prevention
- Stephen Lassen, professor of psychiatry and behavioral health, University of Kansas Medical Center
- Monica Kurz, director, Kansas Suicide Prevention Resource Center
Help is out there. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available toll free, 24/7, at 1-800-273-8255.