On this week’s episode of the Northeast Newscast, we’re joined by Joseph Williams, sales representative with Camel Culture, a brand that brings a taste of home to immigrants and refugees from all over the world. With a camel dairy right here in Missouri, Northeast businesses owned by Somali, African and Asian refugees can share the culturally appreciated and often dearly missed drink with their customers. Williams explains the unique flash pasteurization process, what camel milk tastes like, and how the connection has led him to learn about and celebrate other cultures.
243: Camel Culture
326: Kansas City Museum on Restorative Poetics
Join Northeast Newscast publisher Michael Bushnell and Kansas City Museum’s Director of Inclusive Learning and Creative Impact, Glenn North as they delve into the transformative impact of poetry in restoring…
325: KC Stemfest on March 1st with Frontier Schools
Join the Northeast Newscast in this weeks episode with Director of Communications and Outreach, Jennifer Watson and Northeast News publisher Michael Bushnell to discuss the upcoming KC Stemfest on March…