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RADIOACTIVE: MARCH 26, 2019

This interview originally appeared on KRCL. Listen to the radio segment here. Katie Matheson of Alliance for a Better Utah and Christine Stenquist of TRUCE talked about the work they do to help people get involved in local politics.  March 27: People Before Politics: Elections 101, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Salt Lake City Public Library, 210 E. 400 S., SLC. Alliance for a

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RadioActive: October 4, 2017

Source: KRCL Hosted by Lara Jones and Nick Burns, tonight’s show was the third night of Radiothon for RadioActive. Listen as Lara talks with Nick Burns about his activism playlist. For the past six months, Nick has co-hosted shows about Bears Ears and public lands, student debt and education, arts in our local economy, term

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RadioActive: July 26, 2017

Source: KRCL Hosted by Lara Jones and Nick Burns, tonight’s RadioActive featured a host of guests getting ready to march or rally for public education, public lands, and medical cannabis. Guests included: Sarah Gene Hjalmarson, Board Member, Equality Utah, offers reaction and insight on the early morning tweets from Pres. Trump banning transgender individuals from

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RadioActive: June 27, 2017

Source: KRCL Hosted by Lara Jones and Noor Ul-Hasan, tonight’s RadioActive was packed full of grassroots activists and community builders working on healthcare, non-partisan elections for the board of education, refugee and immigrant rights, and imploring others to speak up and speak out often. Guest lineup: Jim McConkie, Refugee Justice League, with reaction to the

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RadioActive May 10, 2017

Source: KRCL Utah’s environmental issues relating to public land and the push to gain control of those lands for private interests. Hosted by Loud & Clear’s Caleb and Emil: SLUG Magazine Stopped in to talk about their Annual Bike Issue. A panel discussion on Public Lands. Guests included Kailey Kornhouser of Wasatch Rising Tide, Braiden

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RadioActive: April 26, 2017

Source: KRCL Hosted by Lara Jones and Nick Burns, tonight’s RadioActive was the second of two nights focusing on the activists and issues of the upcoming Utah People’s Climate March set for Saturday, April 29, at Library Square in downtown SLC. RadioActive Report guests: KRCL’s Jim Boswell contributes his own composition to National Poetry Month Carly

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RadioActive: March 15, 2017

Source: KRCL Hosted by Lara Jones and Nick Burns, tonight’s show included the following #OpenMicActivists: Matt Pacenza of HEAL Utah, convince Gov. Gary Herbert to veto HB6, which strips air quality regulators of the ability to regulate wood burning used for food preparation. Stephanie Bennally, Native American Specialist/ Foster-Adoptive Consultant at Utah Foster Care. UFC will host a

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RADIOACTIVE: AUGUST 18, 2016

Source: KRCL Utah’s Opioid Habit and Pathways to Recovery Tonight’s show was hosted by Lara Jones and Billy Palmer: On the RadioActive Report (begins at 06:50): Utah’s Community Impact Board will withdraw its application for a $53 million coal port in Oakland, CA. Chase Thomas from Alliance for a Better Utah comments. Volunteer opportunities: Utah Beer Festival: Saturday, Aug.

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Radioactive: Fossil Fuel Divestment and Water Permits

Source: KRCL Tonight’s show was hosted by Lara Jones and Nick Burns. On the show: The RadioActive Report, featuring Rachel Sanders, new executive director at Alliance for a Better Utah Fossil fuel divestment at the University of Utah, with Ryan Pleune of FossilFreeNHMU, Ph.D student Emily Nicolosi and Ed Trujillo of the Academic Senate at the U Water permits, with

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Better UTAH Founder Josh Kanter Joins KRCL To Talk “ALEC”

  SALT LAKE CITY, UT (KRCL) – The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is coming to Salt Lake City for their annual convention. ALEC connects big corporations with law-makers across the country to draft so-called “model legislation” to be adopted by state governments. Jesse welcomes Josh Kanter from the Alliance for a Better Utah (betterutah.org),

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