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: May 3, 2018) Today on the show: Are robots taking over the workforce? Johnny Hanna, CEO of the Utah-based online real estate platform Homie, talks about the inevitability of automating the real estate industry; journalist Scott Santens discusses the costs and potential benefits of digitizing labor and questions whether or not we even need jobs; […]
Today on the show: At the end of May 2018, LGBTQ activists sent a letter to the Utah Pride Center asking for two items: that the Center divest from Wells Fargo and Chase Bank and revoke their entries in the Pride Parade; and also to re-examine the Center’s board-appointment practices to address a perceived lack […]
(Original air date: February 1, 2018) Today on the show: looking at the convergence of art and activism. Jorge Rojas, Utah Museum of Fine Arts Director of Education and Engagement, talks about making art to present a message of protest; Ella Mendoza and Jorge Arellano of the Nopalera Artist Collective discuss community resistance and resilience through art; and the […]
Today on the show: Utah’s Pride Festival is over, but the Pride Center leadership has some business to attend to. Executive Director Rob Moolman, who started as the new director in April 2018, responds to requests made by a group of concerned members of the LGBTQ community calling themselves Queers Divest. Prior to this year’s […]
(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 […]