On this week’s episode of the Northeast Newscast, Publisher Michael Bushnell is joined by Dr. Gene T. Chavez, Historian in Residence at the Kansas City Museum, Angela Hagenbach, Jazz musician and founder of the Black Ancestors Awareness Campaign of Weston, Mo., W. Stinson McClendon, Producer/Director at Baby E Films, and Rodney Thompson, local Filmmaker, Producer, and Director. This is part two of a discussion on the history of the lands where the Kansas City airport is built. The Pathway to Healing Project shares history and humanity at the new Kansas City International Airport with visitors and Kansas Citians alike.

Find more information about the Black Ancestors Awareness Campaign of Weston and upcoming events at westonhistoricalmuseum.org/black-ancestors.