SLCC, Black Physicians of Utah celebrate the most important woman in medicine. Shivom Parihar shares his story about being homeless in SLC. Craft Lake City's Holiday Market. And the reissue of the Paper Boats Zine.
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Craft Lake City's Mads Cole, Artisan & Programs Coordinator, and musicians Emma Lamb and Gianni Leone stop by for a visit. Lamb and Leone will be playing at CLC's holiday market this weekend.
Black Physicians of Utah's Dr. Richard Ferguson and Radio SLCC’s David “DJ Socratic” Sanders talk about Henrietta Lacks, the Mother of Modern Medical Research. Who's Henrietta Lacks? Watch this video by students from KIPP Bridge in Oakland, CA.
Dec. 5: Someone You Know: Henrietta Lacks, Mother of Modern Medical Research, 11a-6p at Taylorsville SLCC Campus, 4600 S., Redwood Rd., Taylorsville. Open to all. Spaghetti lunch and movie from 11a-1p; Speakers from 1-3p; Music and social from 4-6p. Storytelling all day. Keynote speaker: Dr. Richard Ferguson.
Nov. 30: Diabetes Here Now: Diabetes Awareness with BPOU, online 6:30-7:30 p.m. Event by Black Physicians of Utah: "Do you know what the silent epidemic is? It's diabetes! We'll dive deep into the world of diabetes, shedding light on its symptoms and prevention. This event is not just for those who are affected by diabetes, but for everyone who wants to be informed and make a difference in their community. Knowledge is power, and we believe that by raising awareness, we can combat this disease together. Presenters: Adrienne Sirstins, PA-C MPAS Graduated from the University of Utah Physician Assistant program in 2017; and Dr. Richard Ferguson, MD, MBA - Chief Medical Officer for Health Choice Utah, Board Certified Family Medicine Physician and founder of BPOU.
Shivom Parihar shares his story about being homeless in SLC. It's something he wrote about earlier this year.
Angela Brown and Tamrika Khvtisiashvili on the reissue of the Paper Boats Zine, a collaboration between 14 Palestinians in Gaza & 3 Americans in SLC. Plus, Tamrika shares her conversation with Palestinian Human Rights Advocate Issa Amro.
READ: Paper Boats: Contemporary Voices from Gaza (SLUG Magazine, Nov. 1, 2023)
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: