After Charlottesville, What Next? Plus, The Inn Between Celebrates 2nd Anniversary, and Westside Leadership Institute Wants You
Hosted by Billy Palmer and Lara Jones, tonight's RadioActive guests offered their advice on what to do in the wake of Charlottesville, to admit the past and build a society where black lives matter.
- RadioActive Report:
- Rob Roake of Neighbor Works Salt Lake, which is recruiting candidates for its next Westside Leadership Institute. For details and registration, click here.
- Anna Thomas, ACLU of Utah, on why the civil liberties organization picks some unpopular fights or clients from time to time in defense of the First Amendment. She also discussed the local chapter's recent statement on #OperationRioGrande.
- Panel on Charlottesville and local rallies, featuring
- Dr. Forrest Crawford, Utah State University, where he'll be taching Diversity in Urban Settings this fall. Crawford is a co-founder of several organizations, including the Utah Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Commission and the Utah Black Education Forum. Forrest has received numerous awards for his civic engagement, such as the NAACP’s Medgar Evers Medal of Freedom,
Inspiration for tonight's show came from the Solidarity Rally: Anti-Racist, People of Color, Allies organized by the Utah League of Native American Voters and held at the Salt Lake City & County Building Monday, August 14, 2017. If you missed it or want to hear it again, use the audio player below: