Ten years ago this month, a massive tornado nearly wiped Greensburg, Kansas off the map. KCUR's Frank Morris joins us to share how the town's efforts to rebuild became "a laboratory experiment in re-engineering the classic American small town."
Plus, a conference last month brought thousands to Kansas City to talk about "white privilege." We discuss what our local communities are doing to address and respond to the concept.
- Frank Morris, KCUR's national correspondent
- Shelbie Smith, owner, Crazy Mule Food & Brew
- Cecilia Belser-Patton, educator, artist, member of host committee, National White Privilege Conference
- Jameelah Jones, academic advisor, KU's Center for Educational Opportunity Programs
- Jeana Van Sickle, leader, Showing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ KC)