“No Passport Required” Screening & Discussion (Rescheduled) @ Don Bosco Senior Center
Jan 25 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
"No Passport Required" Screening & Discussion (Rescheduled) @ Don Bosco Senior Center | Kansas City | Missouri | United States

No Passport Required explores other cultures through the cuisine of America’s thriving immigrant communities. Watch selected scenes from the new season at this special screening. Danielle Lehman of Open Belly podcast will moderate a panel discussion with local chefs on their experiences as restauranteurs in their respective communities. Then, sample some of their favorite menu items and begin your own journey discovering other cultures right here in Kansas City.

Local support provided by 2020 Kansas City Restaurant Week presented by Sysco Kansas City, Open Belly podcast and Don Bosco Senior Center.

“A Century of Change: The Negro Leagues Centennial” Screening @ Gem Theater
Feb 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
"A Century of Change: The Negro Leagues Centennial" Screening @ Gem Theater

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Negro National League. Join KCPT for a sneak peek screening of “A Century of Change: The Negro Leagues Centennial” in the historic 18th & Vine District where it all began. The film explores the league’s economic importance to the black community that thrived there and gave Kansas City its signature BBQ and Jazz. Hear the words of the Negro League Baseball Museum’s president, Bob Kendrick, as he describes championing the league and preserving its legacy. Authors Gary Ashwell and Larry Lester discuss the league’s importance in the national context. As Buck O’Neil said, “A lot about the game has changed, and thankfully, much of it is for the better.”