RadioActive: January 4, 2018

  • January 4, 2018
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RadioActive Book Club for Activists Meets United We Read SLC for The Book of Unknown Americans

Hosted by Billy Palmer and Lara Jones, tonight's show featured:

  • Katie Lieberman, co-founder of Action Utah, a nonpartisan community network committed to providing factual information on state and national issues and meaningful calls to action that ordinary people can take to impact them. 

    • Jan. 10: Women's Advocacy Seminar12:00-1:30 p.m. Learn about a slate of bills that impact women and families and how to advocate for them. Meet some of the legislators and advocates behind the bills and ask your questions about the State Legislative Session, advocacy and policy. Co-hosted by the Women's Leadership Institute. Featuring: Pat Jones (CEO of Women's Leadership Institute), Rep. Becky Edwards (R-Bountiful), Rep. Rebecca Chavez Houck (D-Salt Lake) and Andrea Himoff (Executive Director, Acton Utah). Free, but space is limited. Get your tickets today.

    • Jan. 24: Annual Legislative Preview, 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Marmalade Branch Library, SLC. Hear from legislators about good bills that need your support during the 2018 State Legislative Session, plus get some Community Lobbying 101 training to learn how to impact those bills. Featuring: Rep. Becky Edwards, Rep. Brian King, Rep. Steve Handy, and Rep. Tim Quinn. Join by RSVPing here or via Facebook Live video stream.

    • Every Tuesday: Weekly Lobby Days, 12:30 p.m. every Tuesday from Jan. 20-March 6. Meet in the Seagull Room of the Senate (East) Building, Capitol Hill. Gather with other Action Utah members and leaders to learn about the State Legislature, the Legislative Session and advocacy at the Capitol.

  • Cristina Henríquez, author of The Book of Unknown Americans, this month's selection for the United We Read SLC initiative. 

    • United We Read SLC is an initiative for everyone in Salt Lake County to connect by reading the same book and by sharing their experience with others. Participating libraries have copies of the book to give away (with the hope you'll pass it on once you've read it) and to check out, including Spanish-language and book-on-CD.

  • Panel discussion on The Book of Unknown Americans and its themes, featuring: