Live music from Quiet Oaks' Dane Sandberg, Women War and Peace, Artes de Mexico en Utah, Austin Musician of the Year Gina Chavez, #AbledsAreWeird and other ways to shine a light on barriers people with disabilities face
Live music from Quiet Oaks, a formerly SLC-based indie rock band that has since relocated to Nashville. Singer and guitarist Dane Sandberg stopped in to play a couple of songs on RadioACTive. The band released "Almost Ok", a five-song E.P. produced by Andrija Tokic (Alabama Shakes, Benjamin Booker, and more), in September
Jorge Rodriguez and Lourdes Cooke of Artes de México en Utah, which promotes the appreciation of Mexican art in Utah. In recognition of the International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019, Artes de México en Utah presents Alcanzando Comunidades — a series of classes that utilize art to teach the history of Mexico. Free and open to the public.
Women, War and Peace is a documentary series on the changing roles of women in war and peace, airs March 25 &26 on KUED Channel 7. RadioACTive spoke with Emily Eckman, who served with the USMC 1st Radio Battalion for the final draw down of Camp Leatherneck in Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
#AbledsAreWeird: A panel discussion on the stereotypes, harassment and other barriers faced by disabled members of our community, featuring:
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RadioACTive is a production of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah. Tonight's team included: