Oct 12, 2010
Collective Progression is a project devoted to collaboration, produced by Russell Anderson and Mandy Hancock, who hail from Georgia and stopped in Kansas City as part of a 12,000 mile tour of the country. On this edition of Tell Somebody, they'll explain what they're up to.
But first, a remembrance of former U.S. Congresswoman Karen McCarthy who died on October 5, 2010 at the age of 63. McCarthy was in the minority in Congress who had the courage to vote "no" on the October, 2002 joint resolution that led to the illegal invasion and occupation of Iraq.
And, a trial for the 'trespassers' arrested last August at the site of the new city-owned nuclear weapons parts plant in Kansas City reveals yet another connection to the Kansas City Economic Development Corporation.
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