RadioACTive: June 15, 2020

  • June 15, 2020
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SCOTUS win for trans rights, RadioACTive debut of Hold On by ERNE, Dr. Dave and a #RadicalMiddle panel on common ground, #QuarantineCocktails with City Weekly and a $40M relief package from SL County, raising the bar with Utah Film Center.

Tonight's lineup:

Sue Robbins of Everyday People - KRCL RadioActive reflected on the past week, which saw the horrific murders of several transgender people, as well as the latest ruling from the Supreme Court of the United States declaring that Title VII does in fact protect transgender people from discrimination.

RadioACTive’s Billy Palmer reflected on Sunday’s protests in SLC, where PRIDE FOR BLACK LIVES MATTER on Harvey Milk Blvd. at Liberty Park met up with Las Vidas Negras Importan Rally on Rosa Parks Blvd. at Washington Square.

John Saltas, publisher of Salt Lake City Weekly, talked with Dina Blaes of SL County Regional Development, which last week announced a new $40 million Small Business Impact grant program.

  • The grant application period starts at 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 16, 2020.
  • The application will be available in English, with direct application support available in Spanish, Chinese, Arabic and Vietnamese.
  • Interested applicants, including non-English speaking business owners, who would like to apply but need assistance, can call (385) 468-4011 to be connected with a partner who will assist in navigating the digital application. 
  • Additional grant details can be found at https://slco.org/. There, businesses can learn which industries are considered eligible as well as what documents will be needed in the application.

Davey Davis of the Utah Film Center, which is using film to foster community dialogue around racism.

RadioACTive debut of Hold On by ERNE (feat. Tim Drisdom, CJ Drisdom, Chris Drisdom, Anise Perry-Drisdom.)

  • Terrence Drisdom is best known for his skills on the basketball court, playing professionally in the NBA G-League and most recently for a professional team in Mexico. When not on the court, Drisdom spends his time writing, producing and performing under the name ERNE. Written by ERNE along with his brother, former University of Utah basketball star and leader of the Salt Lake City Mass Choir, Tim Drisdom, the song was inspired by dramatic and trying events that affected both their lives – and encouraged them both to “hold on.”

Dr. Dave returned to RadioACTive with a panel of folks trying to find #TheRadicalMiddle way forward. Panelists included:

 

Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL. RadioACTive is a production of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah. Tonight's team included:

  • Exec. Producer:  Lara Jones
  • Assoc. Producer: Billy Palmer
  • Community Co-Host: Dr. Dave, The Radical Middle

 

 

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