Debut of Community Co-Host Amy Dominguez. Backcountry update. Celebrating 29 years of the ADA. Preview of 'The Night Witches'.
RadioACTive welcomed Amy Dominguez as Tuesday Night Community Co-Host. A 2015 graduate of Westminster College, Amy co-founded the immigrants’ rights group Unidad Inmigrante in 2016 and is a founding member of the migrant solidarity network Red de Solidaridad - Salt Lake.
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers - Utah Chapter update with Andrew Wike and Caitlin Curry.
On Friday, the Disabled Rights Action Committee Utah (DRAC) and community partners will celebrate the anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act, which “prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in several areas, including employment, transportation, public accommodations, communications and access to state and local government’ programs and services.” RadioACTive got a preview and a review of ADA past, present and future, with a panel discussion, featuring:
The Night Witches is a new play from Park City’s Egyptian YouTheatre and playwright Rachel Bublitz. Debuting at the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival next month, RadioACTive got a preview of the play, which is based on the true story of the first women to fly in combat flew for the Soviet Union during WWII. Guests:
July 30: The Night Witches, preview performance at Egyptian Theatre in Park City
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