Listen weeknights at 6 p.m. for the voices of grassroots activists and community builders from across the Wasatch Front.
Monday, August 3: More Dreams in the Time of COVID with Alex Caldiero. Plus, Poetry Still Happens!
Tuesday, August 4: Community Roundtable on what it means to be an American, Global Leaders Scholarship Fund and a NEPA update.
Wednesday, August 5: Striving for Equity in Utah's Juvenile Justice System : a report that reviews the 2016, H.B 239 that was aimed at reducing harm for Utah's children shows a gap in racial equity. Meet part of the team working on closing the gap with Voices for Utah Children, the Utah Department of Multi Cultural Affairs and the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice-Racial and Ethnic Disparities (RED) Subcommittee. Plus Meet Your Maker featuring the Kid Row at the 2020 Craft Lake City, Virtual DIY Festival
Thursday, August 6: The Changing the Narrative Team offers a review of Black Bold and Brilliant: a Community Conversation. A panel of community members (Betty Sawyer, Ashley Finley and Karen Rodriguez) will guide us through their reflections and responses to the films I Am Not Your Negro and Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am and explore what it looks like to exist in the fullness of Black beauty, strength, and brilliance.
Friday, August 7: True Tales from the agrihood with Aldine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer. Tune in for Al’s #UrbanFarmReport with pro tomato growers Marybeth Jannerich of Wasatch Community Gardens and Circus Brown of KRCL’s Not a Side Show. Fresh, homegrown music from artists on KRCL's virtual stage for the 12th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival this weekend.