Hosted and produced by KCPW’s Emily Means, ‘In the Hive’ is a half hour, weekly show that looks at the issues and ideas that tie the greater Salt Lake Valley together. Tune into KCPW Thursday at 10 a.m. and Sunday at noon to hear stories of people across the Wasatch Front.
(Original air date: January 4, 2018) Today on the show: Keely, a mother who has experienced homelessness in Utah, talks about raising kids in an unstable living situation. Keely is part of a group called Powerful Moms Who Care, which is made up of formerly homeless moms advocating for the needs of other women in […]
(Original air date: October 5, 2017) Today on the show: a look at the campus-wide conversation surrounding free speech at college campuses, specifically at the University of Utah. An appearance by conservative pundit Ben Shapiro, hosted by the Young Americans for Freedom at the University of Utah, prompted protests by Black Lives Matter, MEChA and Students for a […]
In the Hive — Today on the show: a conversation with Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski about the creation of an inland port in the City’s northwest quadrant. It’s been a point of contention between the city government and the state legislature, and after negotiations between Biskupski and Gov. Gary Herbert failed to produce a […]
(Original air date: March 29, 2018) Today on the show: a look at youth-led activism in Utah and throughout history. Ermiya Fanaeian and Abena Bakenra, two organizers of the March For Our Lives-SLC rally, talk about why they think it’s important for young people to be involved in their communities; University of Utah historian Elizabeth Clement compares youth activism […]
Today on the show: Aden Batar, Catholic Community Services director of migration and refugee services, talks about how the diminished number of refugees has affected resettlement agencies locally; Caren Frost, director of the Center for Research on Migration & Refugee Integration at the University of Utah, explains the differences between assimilation and integration; and the Women […]