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KPR Presents

KPR Presents is an opportunity to showcase high-profile, thought-provoking lectures, discussions and dialogues recorded throughout the region. There are so many fascinating people who come to this area, everyone from Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor to syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts. KPR Presents is a great way to share some of those lectures with our listeners. We have also been able to expand the program to cover a broad range of topics, including the Kansas Sesquicentennial, the National Day of Listening and the Kansas Reads program sponsored by the State Library of Kansas, just to name a few.

Latest Episodes
  • The Marion County Record was in the national spotlight last year when its offices were raided by local police. The small-town Kansas newspaper received the 2024 William Allen White National Citation, the first time the honor has ever been awarded to a media outlet instead of an individual journalist. Eric Meyer accepted the award and gave the keynote address at this year's KU's WAW Day.
  • Washburn University's Mulvane Art Museum re-opened last week after a year-long renovation. Director Connie Gibbons joins us to talk about the museum's current exhibits and their 100-year history.
  • As we mark the 70th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka decision, we hear about the girls and young women who led the fight to desegregate America's schools.
  • Legendary newsman, Wait Wait Don't Tell Me scorekeeper, and KANU and KU alum Bill Kurtis reflects on his 60-year career in broadcasting in this year's Dole Lecture at the Dole Institute of Politics
  • We're celebrating National Poetry Month with Kansas Poet Laureate Traci Brimhall. Dr. Brimhall teaches creative writing at Kansas State University and is the author of several books, including Come the Slumberless to the Land of Nod.
  • Where does the Nile River begin and who were the men who risked everything to find it? That's at the heart of Candice Millard's "River of the Gods: Genius, Courage, and Betrayal in the Search for the Source of the Nile."
  • The Brown v. Board National Historic Park and the KU School of Education are co-sponsoring "Brown v. Board at 70," a two-day conference marking the 70th anniversary of the landmark desegregation case. Kaye McIntyre visits with Dr. Jim Williams, superintendent of the Brown v. Board site in Topeka, about the April 18th and 19th conference.
  • More than 40 partners will come together this week in Lawrence to spotlight digital storytelling. It's the Stories for All Festival, April 18th, 19th, and 20th, a partnership between the Hall Center for the Humanities and the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas.
  • "Hot Times in the Heartland" will be screened April 4th as part of this year's Global Climate Teach-in at the University of Kansas. Filmmakers Dave Kendall, Laura Mead, and Rex Buchanan preview the documentary on this week's KPR Presents.
  • The University of Kansas is joining hundreds of other schools around the world in holding a Global Climate Teach-in this week. Emily Ryan, director of The Commons, previews some of the events taking place April 2-8 at KU.