Monday, April 22: Transgender Education Advocates - TEA of Utah share their stories as President Trump’s transgender military ban takes effect. Plus, a bi-partisan plan that would allow victims in all of Utah and other western states to file benefits claims after exposure to nuclear radiation. Poet: RJ Walker. Hosts: Lara Jones and Billy Palmer
Tuesday, April 23: The Audacious Project just awarded $30 million to use smart data to eliminate racism and implicit bias in policing. Former SLC Police Chief Chris Burbank explains what comes next and why. Plus, Mother’s Day with Utah Refugee Connection and Women of the World. Poet: J Delgadillo. Hosts: Lara Jones and Ma Black
Wednesday, April 24: Open phones with SL County District Attorney Sim Gill. AutCon on mental and physical health and access to health care for those on the autism spectrum. Plus, treating substance abuse disorders without hospitalization. Hosts: Lara Jones and Nick Burns
Thursday, April 25: 20 years since Columbine — has anything changed? Poet: Saida Dahir. Hosts: Lara Jones and March For Our Lives Utah
Friday, April 26: Building Man Festival on the Green River, City Nature Challenge on the Jordan River. #UrbanFarmReport with Rose Park urban homesteader Jonathan K and Dirt 2 table’s community plant sale. Plus, live and homegrown music from Fat Apollo and the Cellulites. Hosts: Lara Jones and Aldine Strychnine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer
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