International politics is above our pay grade . . . However, we're pretty sure that local NPR hacks are out of their league as well when addressing the current war in Eastern Europe.
Nevertheless . . .
KCUR DERIDES LOCALS WORRIED ABOUT THEIR HOUSEHOLD BUDGETS IN SERVICE OF UKRAINE CONFLICT!!!
We all have to do our part, I guess . . . Here's their side of the story . . .
"Volunteer aid efforts continue throughout the metro, but one journalist with experience in Kansas City worries how price hikes in the U.S. might divert attention from the war."
Anna Yakutenko returned to her hometown of Kyiv for the first time this month. Now 27, Yakutenko was a reporter for the Kyiv Post when spent several months in Kansas City, training at KCUR in 2018 as part of the Alfred Friendly Fellowship, a University of Missouri program that brings international journalists to U.S.