RadioACTive amplifies the voices of grassroots activists and community builders from across the Wasatch Front, weeknights at 6:00 p.m. on KRCL. Got an idea for the show? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, January 22: The Uncomfortable Truth’s Civil Rights Movement Series, featuring Joanne Blackmon Bland and Dave Dennis. Only 11 years old on Bloody Sunday, JoAnne faced the charging horses and the swinging batons of the state troopers. Freedom Rider Dave Dennis never thought about getting involved in the Civil Rights Movement but he did want a date with a pretty young lady.
Monday, January 25: The #EverdayPeople edition of RA with Sue Robbins, featuring Encircle, an organization that “stands as a beacon of hope where LGBT+ individuals can find understanding, information, and support within their families and communities.” Plus, SLC Councilmember Chris Wharton.
Tuesday, January 26: A #RoundtableTuesday reflection on the Biden-Harris inauguration. Plus, Air Mail: Letters of Politics, Pandemics, and Place clips.
Wednesday, January 27: The Sundance Premier party with the KRCL coverage team. Plus #Sugar-FreeFebruary. Dr. Jaffe and Dr. Mendoza are back again to guide us through a healthier life with better nutrition and a challenge to go a whole month without sugar.
Thursday, January 28: The Effects of Gun Violence on our Utah Communities: A discussion on how gun violence and the proliferation and accessibility of firearms have impacted communities in Utah. March For Our Lives Utah Partners with the Gun Violence Prevention Center of Utah to bring this panel discussion.