A&E Documentary Airs Monday, March 12 Featuring Families of Kansas Hate Crime Murders

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A&E Documentary Airs Monday, March 12 Featuring Families of Kansas Hate Crime Murders

The Kansas City area is once again in the spotlight in the A&E Documentary "Divided States," airing this coming Monday, March 12 at 8 p.m.

A Kansas gunman opens fire on two Indian nationals in a sports bar, killing one and wounding the other. An ex-Marine (Ian Grillot) is also wounded trying to stop him. This segment includes Mindy Corporon and her 16-year-old son Lukas Losen as well as Sunayana Dumala. Corporon' s other son, Reat Underwood and her father Dr. William Corporon were murdered by a convicted white supremacist outside the Jewish Community Campus in April 2014. Dumala's husband, Srinivas Kuchibhotla, was gunned down in February 2017 at Austin's Bar & Grill in Olathe.

This segment focuses of the effects and feelings survivors and communities are left with, and the determined push for multifaceted change and healing that followed.

This segment includes Mindy Corporon and her 16-year-old son Lukas Losen as well as Sunayana Dumala. Corporon' s other son, Reat Underwood and her father Dr. William Corporon were murdered by a convicted white supremacist outside the Jewish Community Campus in April 2014. Dumala's husband, Srinivas Kuchibhotla, was gunned down in February 2017 at Austin's Bar & Grill in Olathe-the SHOOTER pled guilty to the murder just this week. This segment focuses of the effects and feelings survivors and communities are left with, and the determined push for multifaceted change and healing that followed including SevenDays, an annual event to promote acts of kindness and interfaith understanding.



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