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Songs Inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Songs Inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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RadioActive: January 15, 2018

RadioActive: January 15, 2018

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Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

Meetup with grassroots activists and community builders on RadioActive, weeknights at 6 p.m. on 90.9fm KRCL. Next time on the show:

Monday, Jan. 15: In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, RadioActive takes a look at the current state of the civil rights icon’s campaign against poverty with Dr. Dave Derezotes and Dr. David Parker. Plus, Nadia Murad and her determination to tell the story of Yazidi mass extermination by ISIS militants. Filmmaker Alexandria Bombach talks about On Her Shoulders, her documentary of Murad that will debut at Sundance this month. Plus, Lex Scott with a Black Lives Matter update, and Michael McLane on Speaking Volumes | Transforming Hate, a new art exhibit opening in Springville and Ogden this week.

Tuesday, Jan. 16: A RadioActive Q&A with SLC Mayor Jackie Biskupski. RadioActive will talk with her about affordable housing and other challenges in the Capital City. If you have a question or comment in advance, send an email or 30-second voicememo to radioactive@krcl.org. Plus, Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment explains how Utah’s lead contamination problem is being addressed by no less than three grants.

Wednesday, Jan. 17: RadioActive starts its Sundance Film Festival coverage with insight from Cody D and Davey of Sneaking Into Movies, as well as the state of film in Utah with Film Commissioner Virginia Pearce. Plus, Crook & The Bluff presents: This Machine Kills Fascists.

Thursday, Jan. 18: Utah Women & Politics, a group of 40 women from Utah who were frustrated after the 2016 elections and travelled together to be a part of the Women's March on Washington. They’ve since formed a PAC and now support candidates, men and women, they feel will help create a more balanced, diverse and moderate legislature. Plus, the arts as activism with the folks behind Saturday’s ARTivism workshops and the new Truth and Consequences exhibit.

Friday, Jan. 19: Punk Rock Farmer Friday with the 9th West Farmers Market on Aldine’s Urban Farm Report. Plus, Salt Lake Dinner Club and live music with Sammy Brue and the Grinders.

Got a RadioActive suggestion? Send an email to radioactive@krcl.org. Use a smart phone to record a 30-second question, comment or suggestion, include your first name and neighborhood, and we may use it for a future show.

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