Wednesday at 6:00 pm
All Souls Forum
The All Souls Unitarian Universalist Forum, Kansas City’s longest ongoing conversation, has offered a platform for the discussion of significant issues since 1943. Guest speakers typically focus on issues of political, social justice, moral, educational and artistic significance. Each presentation is followed by questions and discussion.
“Remembering Nagasaki: Propagating Hope” September 2, 2015 | 6:00 pm
We'll hear the full speech given by Kansas City native and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Rhodes (How To Make An Atomic Bomb) in Independence at the “Remembering Nagasaki: Propagating Hope” event co-sponsored by PeaceWorks.
Green Party Candidate Forum Pt. 2 Plus Keynote Speaker, James Lane August 26, 2015 | 6:00 pm
This week, we conclude the Green Party Presidential Candidate Forum started last week. This was recorded in July at the Green Party Annual National Meeting at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. James Lane, the Green Party candidate for Congress in the 11th, was the keynote speaker at the event. We'll round out the hour with his remarks.
Drones and Targeted Killings with Professor Michael Hoeflich August 5, 2015 | 6:00 pm
Michael Hoeflich holds degrees from Haverford College, Cambridge University, and Yale Law School. He taught at the University of Illinois from 1980-1988, was dean of the Syracuse University College of Law from 1988-1994, and was dean at the University of Kansas School of Law from 1994-2000. Hoeflich is the author or editor of 15 books and more than 115 articles. He spoke at the Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence on June 16th.
Rally in Ferguson, Missouri July 29, 2015 | 6:00 pm
The Green Party took time out from their annual meeting in St. Louis to hold a rally in Ferguson across from the police station on Saturday, July 25th. KKFI was on hand to record this rally which featured Green Party presidential candidates, Jill Stein and Darryl Cherney.
Indian Tribes and Environmental Concerns – Professor Elizabeth Kronk-Warner July 15, 2015 | 6:00 pm
Professor Kronk’s research focuses on the intersection of environmental and natural resources law and federal Indian law. Currently, Professor Kronk is engaged in several projects related to the impact of climate change on indigenous people and energy development in Indian country. She spoke on June 14th at the Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence.
The History of the KXL pipeline in South Dakota July 1, 2015 | 6:00 pm
Robin Martinez spoke at the Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center at a monthly Sierra Club meeting to share the history of the KXL pipeline in South Dakota and the regulatory battle before the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission over construction permitting for the Keystone XL Pipeline.