Week of June 12, 2022: The story of a Kansas Army wife, her search for information about her MIA husband during the Vietnam War, and how that search turned into a political movement. Kathleen Johnson Frisbie was a founding member of the National League of Families of Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia and is the focus of "Missing, Then Action: An Army Wife Speaks Out," a new exhibit at the Dole Institute of Politics. We'll hear from Kathleen Johnson Frisbie, her sons Bryan and Bruce, and Audrey Coleman and Sarah Gard of the Dole Institute of Politics, plus bonus material from recent KU graduate Olivia Korte who helped design the exhibit. This exhibit is sponsored by ITC Great Plains.
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