On this week’s episode of the Northeast Newscast, Publisher Michael Bushnell sits down with Kansas City Museum’s Director of Inclusive Learning and Creative Impact Glenn North for a conversation about Black history in Kansas City.

It’s a meandering conversation that hits a lot of high points in today’s ongoing conversation about race and its part in our history. They cover the African American Heritage Trail, which Glenn was instrumental in putting together, the Green Book for Negro Travelers, and some of the “separate but equal” practices businesses used during the segregation.

Thanks for joining us.