Black Lives Matter in Utah

(Original air date: April 26, 2018) Today on the show: looking at the Black Lives Matter movement in Utah. Lex Scott, founder

Housing insecurity and tenants rights

Today on the show: What’s it like to deal with housing insecurity in Utah? Ian Decker from Wasatch Tenants United talks about

Poor people and the health care system

Today on the show: How do people with limited means navigate Utah’s health care system? Stacy Stanford, health policy analyst at Utah

The effects of light pollution in Utah

(Original air date: May 10, 2018) Today on the show: How is light pollution affecting the night sky? Bettymaya Foott from the Colorado

The Poor People’s Campaign in Utah

Today on the show: How are poor people faring in Utah? Rev. Monica Hall of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Ogden talks about

Automating the workforce

(Original air date: May 3, 2018) Today on the show: Are robots taking over the workforce? Johnny Hanna, CEO of the Utah-based

Queers Divest, intersectional movements and legalizing same-sex marriage in Utah

Today on the show: At the end of May 2018, LGBTQ activists sent a letter to the Utah Pride Center asking for

The intersection of art and activism

(Original air date: February 1, 2018) Today on the show:  looking at the convergence of art and activism. Jorge Rojas, Utah Museum of

Utah Pride Center Executive Director Rob Moolman addresses Queers Divest

Today on the show: Utah’s Pride Festival is over, but the Pride Center leadership has some business to attend to. Executive Director

Utah mothers experiencing homelessness

(Original air date: January 4, 2018) Today on the show: Keely, a mother who has experienced homelessness in Utah, talks about raising