RadioActive: September 14, 2016

  • September 14, 2016
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Finding and Following Your Passions

Tonight's show was hosted by Emily Means and Nick Burns:

On the RadioActive Report (begins at 07:30):
  • Sept. 15: How Can We Improve Police-Community Relations?Join the Library and members of the community for a panel discussion focused on how citizens and police can work together to create a safe and peaceful space. Panelists include:
    • Deeda Seed, member of the Community Coalition for Police Reform

    • Tim Doubt, Chief of Staff for the Salt Lake City Police Department

    • Jen Seelig, Director of Community Relations for the Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office

    • Cal Noyce, former member of the Police Civilian Review Board

    The panel will be moderated by University of Utah sociology professor Theresa Martinez.

  • Sept. 16: From 7-9 p.m. at the 1st Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City, 569 S 1300 E., SLC, Candidates for the office of Governor for the State of Utah will talk about Environmental Issues. All the candidates have been invited, including: Gary Herbert (Republican); Brian E. Kamerath (Libertarian)—accepted; L. S. Brown (Unaffiliated); Mike Weinholtz (Democratic)—accepted; Superdell Schanze (Independent American). Please submit any questions you would like to be considered; the hosts will see that the candidates who are unable to attend have an opportunity to submit their views. RadioActive community co-host Nick Burns will moderate.

Finding and following your passions (begins at 14:50), featuring:
Music featured on the show:
  • Mick Jagger -- Joy
  • R.E.M. -- Talk About Passion
  • Lucinda Williams -- Joy

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