The story of how a KU lecturer learned how to speak Miskitu, an indigenous Central American language ... and how she became the host of a radio show and wrote an operetta, both in Miskitu. Then, a conversation with the owner of Asiatica, the longtime KC store where Japanese textiles are adapted and transformed into garments for Americans.
Plus, some clarification on the conceal carry laws on college campuses in Kansas.
- Laura Hobson Herlihy, Lecturer, Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies at KU
- Elizabeth Wilson, owner, Asiatica
- Peter Hancock, Statehouse/Politics Reporter, Lawrence Journal-World