RadioActive: November 2, 2017

  • November 2, 2017
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People's Power Assembly, Cordova Turkey Drive, Righteous Babe Sneak Peek, Air Quality and U

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

  • Adrian, People's Power Assembly (Utah), called from in front of the Wallace Bennett Federal Building, 125 S. State Street, SLC, where the group will host a Vigil In Solidarity With Immigrant Lives starting at 6:30 p.m. 

  • Nate Salazar, Frank Cordova Foundation (now an official 501(c)3 charitable organization!!!), on this year's 18th Annual Frank Cordova Latino Community Turkey Drive.

    • Every year, the Latino Turkey Drive has purchased and gathered turkeys and distributed them through select Title I schools. This year, they're increasing the number of schools from 6 to 8 and setting a goal of 1,500 turkeys. 

    • Donate by Nov. 18. Community Turkey Day at Bennion Elementary School is set for Saturday, Nov. 19. This year they cannot accept actual frozen Turkeys before November 18, due to a lack of freezer space. 

  • A sneak peek of Eugenie's interview with Ani Difranco, who will be Live at the Eccles Saturday night. Tune in fro 12 o'clock Women Who Rock at noon tomorrow to hear the rest of Eugenie's interview and more music from Difranco.

  • Tech Talks: Air Quality & U, Empowering Citizens through Science, with UoU Professors Miriah Meyer and Kerry Kelly.

    • Want more on this subject? Then check out the professors at their Tech Talk Thursday, Nov. 9, 7:00 p.m. at the main City Library, 210 E. 400 S., SLC. FREE

    • Ready to host a sensor either inside or outside your residence? The professors have funding for up to 100 units. CLICK HERE to learn more.