Day 3 of KRCL's year-end drive, RadioACTive-style. Mahalo for joining us as we talk story the Talanoa Way with our friends of Radioactive and tonight's guest hosts, Kamaile Tripp-Harris and Jackie Molifua of The Island Wave Podcast. Kamaile and Jackie connect with Dr. Maile Arvin and Lulu Wolfgram.
Tonight's show keeps the RadioACTive conversation going but also is your chance to make a tax deductible year-end gift to KRCL. We just turned 44 on December 3, and with your help, we'll make it another 44 years.
To donate, click here or call 801-359-9191. Your "Mahalo" gifts are waiting!
Kamaile Tripp-Harris of The Island Wave Podcast will be sitting in for Stephanie Mahina of Talanoa studios every Thursday throughout the holiday season, so be sure to tune in and talk story with RadioACTive every Thursday evening at 6:00pm!
Dr. Maile Arvin - Faculty/Associate Professor of History and Gender Studies at the University of Utah
Relations of Salt and Stars podcast, co-host and co-producer with Angela Robinson. Podcast description: Our ancestors traveled through salt and stars, and so do contemporary Pacific Islander communities today.
Lulu Wolfgramm - Director of PIK2AR ELS, Pacific Island Knowledge 2 Action Resources builds alliances, bridges across all communities, providing culturally relevant services to eliminate violence and its effects, increase income into ethnic and overlooked communities through business, preserving and perpetuating all Pacific Island cultures art forms for empowered positive change for all-around health and wellness.
Song: Island Style - John Cruz
Hawaiian Eyes - Jon Osorio & Randy Borden
Te tiare - Vida Tuitamaalelangi & Malialole
A Maile Lei for Your Hair - Bunny Brown's Hilo Hawaiians
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. Questions, comments, or suggestions for the show? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: