Black Utah, Stories From a Thriving Community. James Jackson III of the Utah Black Chamber in conversation with artist musician and writer Liz Lambson, aka Lizzy Luna. Lambson also serves as executive director of the Utah Black History Museum. Temple Har Shalom Rabbi David Levinsky on recent anti-semitic and racist incidents at Park City schools. 'The Presidents' author Ron Gruner on ways presidential economic policy has shaped the country, from Harding to Trump.
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Temple Har Shalom Rabbi David Levinsky spoke with RadioACTive about the recent spate of anti-semitic incidents at Summit County Schools. THS is a congregation of 400 families in Park City. To learn more, click here.
RadioACTive passed the mic to Utah Black Chamber Founder James Jackson III. Jackson and the Chamber have just released a new book, Black Utah, Stories From a Thriving Community, which highlights the stories and experiences of the Black community living in Utah.
Tonight, Jackson spoke with artist musician and writer Liz Lambson. Lambson also is the executive director of the Utah Black History Museum, a mobile exhibit on wheels that features educational, inspiring, and informative traveling displays highlighting local and national Black History.
RESOURCE: Sphinx, "a social justice organization dedicated to transforming lives through the power of diversity in the arts. Based in Detroit, Michigan, but with nationwide reach, Sphinx envisions a day where the classical music field looks like our communities: where every young person has the opportunity to express themselves and learn classical music; where audiences reflect the people we see on our streets; and where leadership—on stage and off— includes all deserving voices."
In light of President's Day on Monday, RadioACTive spoke with author Ron Gruner about his new book We The Presidents - How American Presidents Shaped the Last Century. As a founder and CEO of three tech companies over the course of his business career, Gruner wanted to focus not on their partisan politics but instead on economic triumphs, policy accomplishments and each President’s lasting impact on the American landscape over the Century.
There are essentially three books embedded in the 600-page WE THE PRESIDENTS:
a 200-page economics history from Adam Smith to Modern Monetary Theory
a 100-page American history from the French-Indian Wars to the January 6 Insurrection
a 300-page presidential history from Harding to Trump
Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, KRCL 90.9fm. Tonight's show was produced and hosted by Lara Jones and James Jackson III.