Friday, September 22: It's Punk Rock Farmer Friday, with Aldine Strychnine and Lara Jones. Rep. Stephen Handy (R-Layton) stops in to talk about the Utah Local Food Advisory Council, a 13-membe countil made up of legislators, farmers and ranchers and organizations connected with food and agriculture. We'll find out if that includes urban farmers. Our friends at Red Acre Farms will chime in on the subject. Plus, The Gayest Bake Sale Challenge, a zombie die-in, and live music from Columbia Jones.
Monday, September 25: Dr. Dave and Lara Jones are back with a panel discussion on women's sexuality with Planned Parenthood's Karrie Galloway of Planned Parenthood Association of Utah and Rachel Folkman, a LCSW who began teaches human sexuality at Utah Valley University. Plus, the League of Women Voters with a legislative recap, and women and leadership with the YWCA's Erin Jemison.
Tuesday, September 26: Martha Black joins Lara Jones to talk about issues of the day. Plus, a new program to help seniors navigate public transportation.
Wednesday, September 27: Repeal of the 1986 Immigration Act: Why we should go back to the old system that worked, with Danny Quintana and Sharon Preston. Plus, Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century, and Striving for Wellness at the 2017 Utah Sustainability Summit.
Thursday, September 28: Final Blindspot installment with activist Saida Dahir—refugee, junior class president, poet. Plus, RadioActive youth correspondents Heba Geiang and Abed Alsolaiman review 13TH. October is National Youth Justice Awareness Month.
Friday, September 29: Aldine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer, brings you news and events from the Small Ag movement. Live music: Muzzle Tung.
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