Podcast - All Souls Forum

This podcast tracks the audio archives for the “All Souls Forum” radio show. The All Souls Unitarian Universalist Forum, Kansas City’s longest ongoing conversation, has offered a platform for the discussion of significant issues since 1943.

Improving democracy by improving media in France

Romary Daval, General Secretary of Un Bout des Médias (“a purpose for the media” in French), a citizens' group campaigning for media independence, discusses Un Bout des Médias. They work to improve the functioning of democracy in France by improving their media. They lobby for changes in law to give...

Conversations that Count: Finding Power and Peace in Charting Your End-of-life Journey

Angela Schultz and Ben Griffiths of Compassion and Choices will discuss end-of-life options and the importance of documenting your wishes, having conversations with your loved ones, and your healthcare provider. She will also share resources to help you chart an end of life experience to match your values, priorities, and...

Living with Alzheimers

Kelly G. Loeb, Community Engagement Coordinator for the KU Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, brings more than 20 years of personal and professional experience to the area of aging and brain health. She will share resources for people living with Alzheimer’s Disease and the loved ones who care for them.

People Power Hour Brought to you by KC Tenant: We Will Discuss Tenant “Right to Counsel” With Brian Larios of UMKC Law

On the show will  continue our discussion of  Tenant "Right to Counsel" with Brian Larios, UMKC School of Law adjunct clinical professor and managing attorney for Tenant Assistance Initiative. The Tenant Assistance Initiative is one of programs that provide free legal counsel to those facing eviction.

Criminal and Juvenile Justice Reform in Kansas

The Forum welcomes Teresa Woody, litigation director of Kansas Appleseed, which is a statewide advocacy organization dedicated to the belief that Kansans, working together, can build a more thriving, inclusive, and just Kansas.  She will discuss the current state of the criminal justice system in Kansas and indicate areas for...