Volunteer Host Nick Burns explores peace in SLC and threats of nuclear war out of Russia with Silent Steps for Peace and downwinder survivor and advocate Mary Dickson. Plus, Great Salt Lake Collaborative's report from the terminal lakes of California
Josh Hill and Maurena Grossman of True Mountain Sangha and their upcoming peace event.
- Oct. 22: Silent Steps for Peace, 10a-1p at International Peace Gardens, 1160 S. Dalton Ave., SLC. Event by Maurena Grossman and True Mountain Sangha: "Please join us in a collective practice of silent walking meditation. Silent Steps for Peace. The Practice is the Action. It will take approximately 30-40 minutes to walk mindfully through the Peace Gardens. As you step through the gates, stay on the designated path, be mindful of the space around you, and walk mindfully. You are welcome to continue walking the path as long as time allows. When you are done, please leave quietly and respectfully."
Downwinder survivor and advocate Mary Dickson on the state of peace and renewed nuclear threats among nations.
The Great Salt Lake Collaborative is back to talk about coordinated coverage of terminal lakes in California and lessons that might be useful for us here in Utah. Guests:
- Heather May, Great Salt Lake Collaborative project manager
- Leia Larsen, Salt Lake Tribune reporter
The Great Salt Lake Collaborative is a solutions journalism initiative that partners news, education and media organizations, including KRCL, to help inform people about the plight of the Great Salt Lake—and what can be done to make a difference before it is too late. Read all of our stories at greatsaltlakenews.org.
- Oct. 19: Can We Save the Great Salt Lake, a Great Salt Lake Collaborative Conversation, 6:00-7:00 p.m. online and in person at Day-Riverside Branch, Salt Lake City Public Library, 1575 W. 1000 N., SLC. "Join The City Library and Great Salt Lake Collaborative to learn how much time is left to save the lake, what is being done and what should be done. Speakers include Utah Hose Speaker Brad Wilson, FRIENDS of Great Salt Lake's Lynn de Freitas, and lake researcher Sarah Null.
Guests' views, thoughts, or opinions are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff, or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, KRCL 90.9fm. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: