RadioActive: October 3, 2018

  • October 3, 2018
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New Directions In Youth Justice, Poetry Happens, The Three Tenors Of Climate Change, Urban Feudalism

Tonight’s lineup:

  • Joel Kotkin, Presidential Fellow in Urban Futures at Chapman University in Orange, California. He’ll be in SLC on Monday, Oct. 15, to keynote the fall conference of the Association for University Business and Economic Research later this month. He talked with Lara Jones about California and urban feudalism, breaking up Big Tech, and the mirror that American oligarchs need to use. For a longer conversation, use the media player below:

  • Wrapping up our preview of The Three Tenors of Climate Change, RadioActive talked wtih Dr. Hernando Garzon, who is considered one of the world’s leading experts on global disaster response during the past generation. Use the media player below for a longer conversation with Dr. Garzon on the ramifications for global health as climate change is projected to displace millions of people around the globe.
  • Poetry Happens with Trish Hopkins, Rock Canyon Poets. This month’s featured poet: Lance Larsen, who will read at this month’s open mic Tuesday, Oct. 9, 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Pioneer Book (Downtown Provo), 450 W. Center St., Provo. 
  • Panel on Youth Justice Awareness Month, featuring:
    • Cuong Nguyen, Juvenile Justice Specialist, Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
    • Anna Thomas, senior policy analyst, Voices for Utah Children
    • Donovan Bergstrom, early intervention program for juveniles, Utah Department of Human Services