KRCL's Music Meets Movies returns on December 12, in preparation for the 2020 Sundace Film Festival, with a special screening of the documentary Rumble: The Indians ...LEARN MORE
Monday, Nov. 18: Nearly one in three transgender and gender nonconforming individuals avoid needed health care due to a fear of mistreatment or facing institutional discrimination. Join a Transgender Education Advocates - TEA of Utah panel discussion to explore why so many people are avoiding care and what is being done to improve access for gender diverse children and families, as well as adults. Plus, Prof. Amos Guiora on language, rhetoric, and racism in contemporary U.S. and Israeli domestic politics. And the League of Women Voters of Utah with a preview of the Utah Legislature’s November interim session. Hosts: Lara Jones and Sue Robbins of TEA of Utah
Tuesday, Nov. 19: RadioACTive passes the mic to community members closely watching the Supreme Court as it decides the fate of 700,000 dreamers. From a dreamer who attended the oral arguments in DC, to a local immigration attorney, a student, a child advocate, a vlogger, and so much more. Plus, Women of the World, 20 years of Escalera and live, homegrown music from Moodlite. Hosts: Lara Jones and Amy Dominguez
Wednesday, Nov. 13: Journalists from SLCC’s The Globe wrap their vaping series by looking at the business side of the industry, from sellers to buyers. Plus, your opportunity to talk justice with Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill. Hosts: Billy Palmer and Nick Burns
Thursday, Nov. 14: Tabacco is the leading cause of preventable death in America, so why aren't we talking about? A look at tobacco and vaping with the Huntsman Cancer Institute. Live music by Triggers and Slips and a Legislative update from the League of Women Voters of Utah. Hosts: Billy Palmer
Friday, Nov. 15: True Tales from the #Agrihood on a Punk Rock Farmer Friday edition of RadioACTive. Tune in for an #UrbanFarmReport featuring foraged greens and recipes from Natural History Museum of Utah’s Nature All Around Us exhibit, and live, homegrown music from The Waldron Brothers. Hosts: Lara Jones and Aldine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer
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