Highlighting Miss Pacific Islander Utah and Local Utah Hip-Hop Artists Carl T and BadUCE6ix2

  • February 8, 2024
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Talanoa Way brings you a Pasifika perspective on life in the Beehive State as we celebrate the beauty, strength, and culture of Miss Pacific Islander Utah, with Rainbow Maumau. Then we vibe with the unapologetic sound of two local artists and take a musical journey with Carl T and BadUCE6ix2.

Malo 'Aupito for tuning into tonight's show as we feature the following people, organizations and/or events. Check them out and get plugged into your community!

RadioACTive, The Talanoa Way's Stephanie Mahina with you every Thursday night at 6:00 pm features:

Jakey Siolo - Co-Founder of Nuanua Collective discusses HB 257 and her recent controversial social media post of Granite School District School Board member Natalie Cline.

  • EVENT: Friday, Feb 9  Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander day on the Hill Beginning at 9:30 am at Utah State Capitol

Rainbow Maumau, the current Miss PAcific Islander Utah celebrate her heritage with purpose and strength. Rainbow will be running for Miss Utah in June 2024.

Carl T and BadUCE6ix2 local Hip Hop artists based in Utah stop by to share their music and talkstory.

Rallies & Resources:

Code Blue InfoIf you or some you know is seeking shelter or resources please call 801-990-9999 or visit any of the following Homeless Resource Centers: 

  • Weigand Resource Center - 437 W 200 S 
  • Gail Miller Resource Center - 242 W. Paramount Ave. 
  • Geraldine E. King Women's Resource Center - 131 E 700 S
  • Pamela Atkinson Men's Resource Center - 3380 S 1000 W 
  • Families with children can visit the Midvale Family Resource Center at 529 W 9th Ave. or call 801-569-1201. 
  • Youths ages 15-22 can visit the Youth Resource Center at 888 S 400 W. 

Transportation is available to and from Resource Centers and Code Blue shelters.  

Be sure to check out PIK2AR’s Food Resource List

  • Every Wednesday at 6 pm, Women’s EmpowHERment group meets at PIK2AR office at 824 S. 400 W. Suite B-113 Salt Lake City, Utah 84101. This one is for all my mamas, babymamas, grandmas, aunties, sisters… Please check this group out and engage in community. It’s the best form of healing.

  • Every Thursday night at 7:00pm FOR ALL THE BROS!... Check out K.A.V.A Talks “Knowledge Against Violence Always”, a men’s support group designed to break down the cultural taboos, and educational opportunity for those seeking support and change.

  • Friday, Feb 9  Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander day on the Hill Beginning at 9:30 am at Utah State Capitol

  • Saturday, Feb. 10  DIVA (Diversity, Inclusion, Values and Action) SLC “Silence is Violence: A conversation on Actionable Allyship

  • April 20, 2024 at 12:00 pm - Kava Talks Heels to Heal St. George

  • May 18, 2024 Ministry Health Fair 8:00am - 2:00pm at Calvary Baptist Church at 1090 South State Street SLC

  • The Utah Warriors Major League Rugby Season Calendar is up for 2024! March 3 to June 29, with the home opener against Chicago, March 16. Check out the full schedule and get your season tickets at warriorsrugby.com.

Talanoa Playlist:

  • Better that way- Tess So Original 

  • Trippin- Carl T 

  • Shake it off- Carl T feat. BadUCE6ix2

  • Night and Day - BadUCE6ix2 feat. Carl T & KHSS

Guests' views, thoughts, or opinions are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff, or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, KRCL 90.9fm. Questions, comments, or suggestions for the show? Email radioactive@krcl.org. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: