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Meetup with grassroots activists and community builders on RadioActive, weeknights at 6 p.m. on 90.9fm KRCL. Next time on the show:
Monday, March 26: Afghan filmmaker Roya Sadat, who the U.S. State Department recently named one of 10 Women of Courage for her work telling the stories of women and girls in Afghanistan. Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author Sonia Nazario, who will be in town this week for the U’s annual Human Rights Forum. #TheRadicalMiddle panel: Sex workers talk about their world, their rights, the demographics of their customers. Hosts: Lara Jones and Dr. Dave.
Tuesday, March 27: After the March for Our Lives SLC, student organizers review their goals and where they’re headed next. Educating student inmates with the Utah Prison Education Project. Hosts: Lara Jones and Ma Black.
Wednesday, March 28: Words, art and stories for clean air with Torrey House Press, HEAL Utah, Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment, and Salt Lake Air Protectors. Plus, author and High Country News editor Jonathan P. Thompson will read and sign his new book River of Lost Souls: The Science, Politics, and Greed Behind the Gold King Mine Disaster. Hosts: Lara Jones and Nick Burns.
Thursday, March 29: The drastic rise in gun violence in America with Jeanetta Williams of the NAACP and Davey Davis of the Utah Film Center. The center will host a free screening of Under the Gun, with post-film Q&A., next month in SLC. Dr. LaShawn Williams of Utah AAHGS, with another story from African-American history in Utah. Who Got Roots with live music from Malialole. Hosts: Lara Jones and Billy Palmer.
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