RadioACTive: April 2, 2020

  • April 2, 2020
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Day 4 of KRCL's Changing the Narrative Stay-Home-A-Thon on RadioACTive, featuring Live Music by Barefoot John Whipple and Erin Stout, Dr. Dave of #TheRadicalMiddle, The Peoples Energy Movement's Narrative Organizing Project, #WashAwayTheHate, Utah Renters Together

  • June Hiatt of Utah Renters Together on Utah Governor Gary Herbert's announcement on a moratorium of residential evictions until May 15th and what renters should be aware of if they can't pay rent. 
  • Community Co-Host Dr. David Derezotes of #TheRadicalMiddle. Looking for ways to cope during these chaotic times? Check out what Dr. Dave shared in tonight's show. He'll be joining us throughout the week to focus on ways to be resilient. 
  • Live Music, plus a conversation on how to support artists during social distancing by Barefoot John Whipple and Erin Stout of Tycoon MacheteYou can check out their music on BandCamp. You can also find performance art pieces by the duo by clicking on John Whipples Facebook page
  • From the U of U's Office for Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion, Mary Ann Villarreal, Vice President and Pamela Bishop, Director of Marketing and Communications shared a call to action #WashAwayTheHate. A national digital campaign to raise awareness after hearing from the universities students of Asian dissent who say they are facing hateful actions in response to COVID-19. To find out how it works go to washthehate.com
  • From the Peoples Energy Movement, Esther Merono Baro, Lindsay Bebee and Margarita Satini, a conversation about this new coalition of organizations, individuals, and activist groups across Utah working together towards a #JustTransition, through narrative organizing. The group is expecting to have a website up in the coming week and encouraged people who want to get involved to go to bit.ly/PeoplesEnergyStories

Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff, volunteers or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL.

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