#REDforED on teachers' pay and school supplies, religious liberty from a global perspective, and next steps for anti-Inland Port activists
What’s $479? That’s the average out-of-pocket dollar amount public school teachers spend in a year to help their students. RadioACTive's #REDforED conversations continued with Salt Lake Education Association's John Arthur, Tyler Schultz and Karen Kempe stop by to talk about the slim margins teachers live on, especially those raising their own families.
Religious liberty from a global perspective with visitors from India and Indonesia. In Utah as part of the Professional Fellows Program - U.S. Department of State, Mrs. Fathima Thahiliya Karuppal and Dr. Fransiska Widyawati shared their work and personal stories. Coby Vail of Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy talked about ways the public can get involved in the fellows program by hosting visitors.
What’s next for activists opposed to the Inland Port? RadioACTive heard from several groups involved in efforts to oppose and/or restructure the Inland Port. Guests:
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