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Radioactive Q and A with SLC Mayor Jackie Biskupski and Housing Director, Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment on Lead in Our Drinking Water
Hosted by Lara Jones, Ma Black and Billy Palmer, tonight's show featured:
Lisa Bickmore, SLCC Poet Laureate, who will host a Q&A with Nikki Giovanni after her Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Keynote address Thursday, Jan. 18, 7 p.m. in the Grand Theater, 1575 S. State St., SLC. Free and open to the public, you still need to reserve a seat. Click here for tickets. FYI, any empty seats will be filled by standby attendees.
A RadioActive Q&A with SLC Mayor Jackie Biskupski and Melissa Jensen, director of SLC Housing and Neighborhood Development(HAND).
DACA update with Deyvid Morales, creator of the DACA Scholars app
Protecting children from lead poisoning with Denni Cawley of Utah Physicians for a Health Environment and Annie Blake, Utah Lead Coalition.
UPHE has been awarded its first federal grant from the EPA Environmental Justice Small Grants Program. This is especially important after reports on lead being present in the drinking water of more than 200 Utah schools and Utah ranked #3 in the nation for toxic releases. UPHE is co-chair of the Utah Lead Coalition, which is working to identify more children at risk for lead poisoning.