KTWU Sunflower Journeys
"Diverse Perspectives" - 2613
Season 26 Episode 2613 | 27m 55s
We observe the work of local photographers Leon and Rosie Hughes as they reveal the day-to-day life and special events chronicled in Wichita’s African American community during the 50s, 60s and 70s; then we look at various events in Topeka, which reflect a theme connected to the "Day of the Dead"; after that we meet Joseph Nadeau, the artistic director of the Heartland Men’s Chorus in Kansas City.
Aired: 12/26/13 |
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