Education Collective SLC on its campaign to build a high school on SLC's westside. Grassroots activist Meisei Gonzalez in the debut of First Person, a new one-on-one series on the show. Poetry Still Happens meets up with the Utah Book Festival
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Jennifer Mayer-Glenn of Education Collective SLC, which is advocating for a new high school on the west side of SLC. To learn more, visit edcollectiveslc.org.
First Person, a new RadioACTive series spotlighting community members. Tonight's inaugural edition featured grassroots activist Meisei Gonzalez, whose passions meet at the intersection of environmentalism, social justice and LGBTQ+ rights.
Utah Humanities Book Festival is going on now, with dozens of events across the state through October. In its 24 years, the festival offers both virtual and in-person events and features scores of authors, events, and virtual conversations. RadioACTive got some hit picks from Festival Coordinator and poet Willy Palomo, who also brought poets Vogue Robinson, Claire Batterman and Nan Seymour along for a preview of their reading events.
To check out the calendar of events at this year's Book Festival, click here.
Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests 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 show was produced and hosted by Lara Jones.