Notes on peaceful resistance with youth activist Daud Mumin, Palestinian Human Rights Advocate Issa Amro. Dr. Dave wraps his series on navigating unpleasant changes via the Tarot Deck. Fourth Street Clinic's call for community help.
In the wake of another curfew in SLC, RadioACTive talked about the situation during another Community Roundtable. Guests included:
Youth activist Daud Mumin, formerly of March For Our Lives Utah
Community Co-Host Amy Dominguez
Community Correspondent Tamrika Khvtisiashvili
Salt Lake City Weekly Publisher John Saltas
RadioACTive’s Lara Jones
Seeking insight from someone involved in nonviolent protest in another part of the world, Khvtisiashvili spoke with Palestinian Human Rights Advocate Issa Amro.
Laurel Ingham of Fourth Street Clinic, which has issued a plea for supplies as it continues to test patients experiencing homelessness for COVID-19. Fourth Street tests about 50 patients per day in its outdoor tents, where temperatures continue to rise. Current needs for in-kind donations include:
SUNSCREEN!!! Small bottles or large are fine. Branded give-a-way ones are perfect.
New brimmed hats or baseball caps.
Refillable water bottles.
Click here for a complete list and ways to give.
Dr. Dave of #TheRadicalMiddle wrapped his series on the 5 cards of the Taro Deck as a way to explore unpleasant changes of our era.
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. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: