Is enough being done to make Kansas City’s East Side safe? The film Our Divided City, which premiered in January, explores that question and related issues. Meet the filmmaker and find related maps and articles along with recent local stories from Flatland at the program web site.
Elementary students engaged in an exciting summer camp experience at KCPT’s first summer camp, Brixology, developing critical thinking and teamwork skills as they built fascinating LEGO projects. Children who attended the camp were eager to build and learn all about the engineering field. Gary Brock, Director of Education at KCPT, described the students to be “very excited, ...Continue Reading
Join Amy Goodman, Juan González and the Democracy Now! team for continued daily convention coverage from the streets, to the corporate suites, to the convention floor, every weekday through July 29th.Democracy Now! airs 7am weekdays on KCPT2; Past episodes and extended convention coverage can be found online at democracynow.org.
Narrated by actress Susan Sarandon, GREAT MUSEUMS: ELEVATED THINKING explores a uniquely captivating public space — High Line Park in New York City. Recycled from a defunct elevated railroad, High Line Park hovers 30 feet in the air and winds through 22 blocks of Manhattan. This “self-sown wilderness” of woodlands, thickets, prairies and meadows rises ...Continue Reading
We all know the tagline which has become synonymous with campaign commercials: I approve this message. For all the money spent on these staples of election season, do they influence your voting decision or simply annoy you enough to change the channel? Join the conversation and cast your vote in this KCPT SquareOff.
Amid heightened concerns over the shooting of police officers around the country, a Kansas City, KS police captain is killed this week while pursuing a suspect in a drive-by shooting. The death of Captain Robert “Dave” Melton comes just ten weeks after another member of the KCK police department was killed while pursuing a suspect. ...Continue Reading