RadioActive: July 5, 2017

  • July 5, 2017
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Gerrymandering, Sit-In Against TrumpCare, Hari Kondabolu, NAMI Utah's Progression Pilot for Teens

Hosted by Lara Jones and Nick Burns, tonight's RadioActive show talked about:

  • Robert Gehrke, political columnist for The Salt Lake Tribune, explains why Gerrymandered districts have stolen Utah voters’ voice.
  • In solidarity with groups across the country, Utah groups will sit-in to stop TrumpCare Thursday in Salt Lake City and Provo. Activist Psarah Johnson explains why she'll be in front of the Federal Building in SLC from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow.
  • Politics meets comedy with Eric P. Nelson, host of The Knock Knock Comedy Hour Thursdays at 1 a.m. on KRCL. Nelson and Jones interviewed comedian Hari Kondabolu, who will be at Wiseguys in SLC Sunday night, and shared a clip during the show.
  • NAMI Utah's Progression progarm for teens with Robin Holcomb and Carling Mars. 
    • NAMI Utah in partnership with Intermountain Healthcare would like to invite teens in Utah to participate in a Progression pilot, a free three-week class about mental health conditions. Meet in a safe, confidential space, and learn about everything from mental health diagnosis, triggers, treatments, stigma, self-care and recovery. Give advice and feedback for improving this new course that is being developed. Meet other teens with mental health conditions who really understand. Class starts Wednesday, July 12. Questions & Registration: Contact NAMI Utah Salt Lake Programs Coordinator, Marjorie Beacorn at (385) 246-5931 or SaltLakePrograms@namiut.org