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Black History Month Essential Artist: Ray Charles

Black History Month Essential Artist: Ray Charles

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Sundance Diaries: Composer Amanda Jones

Sundance Diaries: Composer Amanda Jones

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COVID Diaries #4: Economic Winners, Losers

COVID Diaries #4: Economic Winners, Losers

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RadioACTive: February 26, 2021

RadioACTive: February 26, 2021

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Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

RadioACTive amplifies the voices of grassroots activists and community builders from across the Wasatch Front, weeknights at 6:00 p.m. on KRCL. Through March 5, listen nightly for #3QuickPicks on #ThePeoplesBusiness at the Utah Legislature from the League of Women Voters of Utah. Need to catch up? Click here for a playlist of their posts.

Monday, February 22: Tonight’s #EverdayPeople edition of RadioACTive explores self-care with Yoga Forward and BIPoC communities of Utah. Plus, Utah Pride Center save-the-date and Rock Camp SLC ready to rock.

Tuesday, February 23: #RoundtableTuesday explores cultural appropriation vs. appreciation with SLCC’s James Singer and Andrei Golub of Lingua Bear. Plus, #3QuickPicks from Marmalade Branch, Salt Lake City Public Library’s Azra Basic.  

Wednesday, February 24: The Nick Burns Report. Learning how to be anti-racist every day with Professor Bryan Hotchkins plus what did we learn as Sugar-Free February comes to a close, with Dr. Mike Jaffe. 

Thursday, February 25: The #ChangingTheNarrative team takes part in the University of Utah's "Reframing the Conversation" series with Black is Not a Monolith.

Friday, February 26: Aldine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer, shares true tales from the agrihood, featuring Bill McDorman of the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance, USU asparagus whisperer Dan Drost, Red Acre Center's Symbria Patterson. Live music folks weigh in on a return to normal. SkyWatcher Leo T. #3QuickPicks on The People's Business from League of Women Voters of Utah. Fresh, homegrown music from Crook and The Bluff.

Missed a show? Want to hear one again or share it? Check out the RadioACTive Archives. Got an idea for the show? Email it to radioactive@krcl.org


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