RadioActive is KRCL's independent community affairs show for the local and global community builder.
Monday, May 23: Associate Producer Emily Means and The Radical Middle's Dr. Dave Derezotes discuss transgender "bathroom bills."
Tuesday, May 24: Lara Jones and Noor Ul-Hasan talk with people helping refugees settle in to life in Utah. Guests: Asha Parekh, Director of the Utah Refugee Services Office, and Saad Dukhan, Employment Counselor, Dept. of Workforce Services, on World Refugee Day; Tiffany Ivins Spence, Youth Mentor & Hunger Banquet Coordinator with Utah Morocco Alliance; Bina Maharjan, Asian Association of Utah Refugee and Immigrant; Zach Peterson, ESL instructor and his students Veronique (Congo) and Jeremiah (Sudan); Sarah Ratzlaff and Gabe Whitney, student Hunger Banquet co-chairs.
Wednesday, May 25: Lara Jones and Nick Burns talk about the Disappearing West project with Nicole Gentile, Deputy Director of Public Lands at the Center for American Progress, with a local perspective from Wally MacFarlane, research associate at Utah State University's Ecogeomorphology & Topographic Analysis Laboratory. Plus, proposed trailhead fees for Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons with Ranger Bekke Hotze, Salt Lake District, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
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