Tuesday at 06:00 pm
Radio Active Magazine
A locally produced program where activist groups in the Kansas City area present interviews, commentary, editorials, and other thought provoking content on a weekly basis.
Making Neighborhoods Survivable May 3, 2016 | 06:00 pm
In Ep.4 of ReVibnKC, we'll ask the Councilman Quinton Lucas how he feels about the changes that he's seen take place in KC in the neighborhoods, with the issue of abandoned homes and we'll find out, what if any programs are available for individuals who are interested in owning and renovating these homes.
America on the Couch Part 2: Is America Having a Political Nervous Breakdown? April 26, 2016 | 06:00 pm
Is America having a political nervous breakdown? Author and journalist Pythia Peay returns for Part 2 of a discussion of her book, America On the Couch: Psychological Perspectives on American Politics and Culture. The discussion will examine the forces behind the Trump phenomena, with a Jungian analysis of the current state of the American psyche, especially focusing on the breakdown of long held American myths.
America On the Couch: Why Is This Election Year So Crazy? April 19, 2016 | 06:00 pm
Author and journalist Ms. Pythia Peay will discuss her book, America on the Couch: Psychological Perspectives on American Politics and Culture. We will explore some important aspects of the American psyche, how our collective psyche is reacting to modern day stresses and strains and the resulting political polarities, including the forces behind the popularity of Donald Trump.
Revitalizing Kansas City: One Neighborhood at a Time April 12, 2016 | 06:00 pm
RadioActive host Marvita Oliver interviews Associate Professor Dr Jacob Wagner, Executive Director-Center for Neighborhoods, UMKC. Dr Wagner will discuss the importance of neighborhoods in Kansas City. Neighborhoods throughout the Kansas City region are critical to the health of our metropolitan area and our economy. Neighborhood leaders and organizations provide an important group of engaged citizens seeking to improve the city. However, these organizations often lack capacity, technical and planning expertise, and the resources to implement local action plans. Through the Center for Neighborhoods, we seek to provide a catalyst for positive community change through capacity-building community economic development and neighborhood stabilization and development.
Killed by KC Police: Tragic Case of Ryan Stokes April 5, 2016 | 06:00 pm
In the early morning of July 28th, 2013, one year before the events in Ferguson MO, Ryan Lee Stokes, 24 year-old black male, was shot from behind and killed in the Power and Light District, after HIS COMPANION had been falsely accused of stealing a cell phone. Ryan Stokes, father of a toddler baby girl, was unarmed. Autopsy showed no alcohol or drugs in his system. The police officer was not disciplined...rather he received a commendation for dedication to duty
Houses for $1.00: Reviving KC One House at a Time March 29, 2016 | 06:00 pm
Ted Anderson, Executive Director of KC Land Bank, discusses the initiative to revive inner city KC by selling abandoned houses for $1.00, an effort to strengthen and improve the quality of inner-city neighborhoods.
Bernie’s Problems and Election 2016 Updates March 22, 2016 | 06:00 pm
Guest Dr. Nathan Madden, PhD in political science from MU, and Radioactive host Brian Noland discuss cooling the Bern, Bernie Sanders's big problems, and provide an election update after Hillary Clinton's and Donald Trump's upset victories on March 15, 2016.
Election 2016: The Primary & Caucus Circus March 15, 2016 | 06:00 pm
Why is Donald Trump like the blob from outer space...the more you attack him, the stronger he gets? Tune in for an enlightening and interesting discussion of the strangest presidential election of our lifetime featuring a conversation between Dr Nathan Madden, PhD in political science from UMKC, and Radioactive host Brian Noland.
Corporations Are Not People: Taking Back Our Elections From Big Money March 8, 2016 | 06:00 pm
Jeff Clements, author of Corporations Are Not People and President of American Promise, an anti-Citizens-United advocacy group, will discuss the impact of Big Money on American politics and what we can do to help change the system..
Primary/Caucus 2016: The Rise of the Anti-Establishment March 1, 2016 | 06:00 pm
Dr Nathan Madden, PhD, University of Missouri, will discuss the rise of anti-establishment politics during this election year. Dr. Madden will discuss the primary and caucus processes, how statistics are used in polling, and other election year hot topics.