Seg. 1: First Time Voters In Primary. Seg. 2: Food Deserts In Kansas City
Alternative Newspapers; Improving Parks In Wyandotte
Even though the Heartland supplies a large chunk of the nation's food, many Kansas Citians are still going hungry. On this episode, we dive into a conversation on how to address the food deserts in Kansas City.
HNMA Executive Director Rachel Jefferson Talks About the Neighborhood Audit Process
Alternative newspapers offer a unique perspective on the news, events and culture of a city. But how are they handling an era where print media struggles? Today, we look at the role alt-weeklies/monthlies play both here in Kansas City and across the nation.
Middle Schoolers Conduct Neighborhood Audit to Better Community
The Historic Northeast-Midtown Association has partnered with the Dotte Agency and Northwest Middle School to complete neighborhood walk audits in Northeast KCK.
Historic Northeast Midtown Association featured on KCUR-National Public Radio
Students at Northwest Middle School are preparing to make their communities better by conducting a neighborhood audit.
"Can Restoring Parks Lead to Better Health in Wyandotte County?"