Seg. 1: MLK Park | Seg. 2: Understanding Arrogance | KBIA

Seg. 1: MLK Park | Seg. 2: Understanding Arrogance

Dec 2, 2019

Segment 1: Kansas City does have something named for Martin Luther King, Junior.

A month after Martin Luther King's name was voted off of a major boulevard, a cleaning effort is underway at a long-neglected park named after the civil rights icon. The park's been dedicated to King since 1978.

Segment 2: A new study from MU reveals three types of arrogance, and six levels of it.

Arrogance has never really been studied, in part because there hasn't been a shared understanding of what it even is. A scholar at the University of Missouri has taken the first step toward changing that.

  • Nelson Cowan, professor, University of Missouri Department of Psychological Sciences
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