Bye-bye Core Civic. #WyoSayNo on the latest win against for profit prisons. #QuarantineCocktails with City Weekly and A Bar Named Sue's #suericki. Dr. Dave on positivity during a pandemic. The Emerald Project goes virtual as it seeks to combat the misrepresentation of Islam. #PandemicPoetry with Ken Sanders. Creativity and coronavirus with Tamrika Khvtisiashvili.
GREENbike, Salt Lake City’s nonprofit bike share program, has extended the registration period for its discounted $0.01 annual membership for essential workers. RadioACTive spoke with GREENbike's Katie Mykleseth for details.
Community Co-Host Amy Dominguez spoke with Antonio Serrano of Wyo Say No, which reported another victory in the fight against for-profit prisons. Late week, Core Civic announced it would no longer seek the bid to build an ICE prison in Uintah County, Wyoming.
#QuarantineCocktails Ep7, featuring Salt Lake City Weekly’s John Saltas and Tyson Ennis of A Bar Named Sue. With locations in Millcreek and Midvale both shuttered during the pandemic, Ennis is waiting to reopen. In the meantime, he shared the recipe for a refreshing #suericki. Listen to the archive and/or check their social media for the recipe!
Utah Peace & Conflict Studies Director Dr. Dave, who said, "No one is hallucinating. This is as hard as it feels." Dr. Dave took us down #TheRadicalMiddle to try striving to be "good enough," especially in times of strife, as well as the fact that everyone is doing the best they can under the circumstances as they see them.
#PandemicPoetry with the namesake of Ken Sanders Rare Books. Ken shared poems by e.e. cummings and Wendell Barry. Located at 268 S. 200 S., SLC, the shop is open for business and has a ton of poetry on hand. Give Ken a call at (801) 521-3819 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order for curbside pickup or shipment to your home. Tune in for Poetry Is Wanted on RadioACTive Monday, April 27, 2020, featuring Sanders and Alex Caldiero, the Sonosopher of Utah County.
The Emerald Project's Satin Tashnizi talked about adjustments being made due to COVID-19 as it seeks to combat the misrepresentation of Islam. Ermina Mustafic shared the project's youth ambassador program, which had planned a Muslim youth conference this month.
RadioACTive Community Correspondent Tamrika Khvtisiashvili talked to artists about coping and creativity amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Panelists included:
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Tonight's RadioACTive team included: