What Being A (Native) American Means Now, The US As The World's Police, And Statehouse Blend Kansas | KCUR

What Being A (Native) American Means Now, The US As The World's Police, And Statehouse Blend Kansas

Oct 11, 2016

In conjunction with NPR's A Nation Engaged project, Native people answer the question, "What it means to you be an American now." Then, we find out why George Washington may not have agreed with the United State's role as policeman to the world. Finally, President of the Kansas Senate, Susan Wagle, gives us the inside story about what's going on with that state's tax revenues.

Producer and writer Elizabeth Cobbs will appear at the Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas at 7 p.m. on Monday, October  17, for a screening of her documentary, 'American Umpire.' For more information, visit DoleInstitute.org.