Segment 1: Local stories of Martin Luther King Jr.'s visit to Kansas in 1968.
Martin Luther King Jr. stopped by Kansas in January of 1968 to speak with a number of leaders from throughout Wyandotte County. Today, we hear from a couple of leaders about what that day was like and how meeting the civil rights activist influenced their lives.
- Robert Hughes
- Chester Owens Jr.
Segment 2, beginning at 34:49: Why we behave the way we do.
Are our behaviors just the sum of millions of years of evolutionary pressures? Or, is there something more to being human? Today, we dive into the controversial subject among psychologists known as "evolutionary psychology."