Seg. 1: The Tree. Seg. 2: The Hemp Breakers. Seg. 3: Bob Jones Shoes Closing
Segment 1: It's never too late to travel back home, even when you're 90 years old.
We visit with a Kansas City filmmaker and actress about a locally-made movie exploring themes of aging, memories and wanderlust.
- Stephen Pruitt, filmmaker, "The Tree"
- Joicie Appell, leading actress, "The Tree"
Segment 2, beginning at 24:01: How do you piece together a historical narrative when the information isn't readily available?
Curator of African American Collections at Emory University and former Kansas City Chiefs player, Pellom McDaniels III, discusses his new book taking a creative spin on poetry, music and historical narrative examining the arc of African American life.
- Pellom McDaniels III, former KC Chiefs player and author, The Hemp Breakers
Dr. Pellom McDaniels will be speaking about his book 'The Hemp Breakers' at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 10 at the Kansas City Public Library — Lucile H. Bluford Branch. For more information, visit KCLibrary.org.
Segment 3, beginning at 43:18: Memories of Bob Jones Shoes, an iconic shoe store in Kansas City that closed its doors last month.