Hughes land history and context, meth impact on BIPOC communities

Hughes land history and context, meth impact on BIPOC communities

News Directors, Kota Babcock, and Ivy Winfrey

Description:
This episode from September 23 includes information on the Hughes Land Back initiative, at-home COVID-19 rapid tests, a stock policy and more.

More information:
Ellie Shannon explains updates in Colorado State University campus news around sports and the Hughes Land Back movement. Then, Ivy Winfrey discusses how Colorado is moving to offer at-home COVID-19 rapid tests. After that, Eliza Drotar updates listeners on CSU’s athletics. Then, listeners hear a conversation between Winfrey and Doreen Martinez about the historical and cultural contexts behind the Hughes Land Back initiative in part one of a two-piece story.

Then, Kota Babcock tells listeners about how methamphetamine is impacting communities of color, and RMR features KCSU’s podcast, “Painting the Corners with Anton Schindler.” After that, Babcock gives new information on the COVID-19 pandemic and Kenneth Frederick from CTV gives a sneak-peek into Thursday’s episode. Babcock explains how young investors are taking advantage of a policy requiring Congress to disclose their stock practices, and Winfrey goes over how llamas help scientists find treatments for COVID-19.