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LIVE BROADCAST: Regional journalists, electeds, and program leaders consider how to bolster civic engagement at Aspen Public Radio’s Lawn Bash

Jenn White (right) tells Aspen Public Radio’s All Things Considered Host Halle Zander how her national show, 1A, incorporates listener voices to help inform discussions outside the Red Brick Center for the Arts on June 26, 2024. The conversation was part of an hourlong broadcast during Aspen Public Radio’s annual Lawn Bash celebration.
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Jenn White (right) tells Aspen Public Radio’s All Things Considered Host Halle Zander how her national show, 1A, incorporates listener voices to help inform discussions outside the Red Brick Center for the Arts on June 26, 2024. The conversation was part of an hourlong broadcast during Aspen Public Radio’s annual Lawn Bash celebration.

Aspen Public Radio hosted a live broadcast from the lawn outside the studio at the Red Brick Center for the Arts during its annual Lawn Bash celebration on June 26.

All Things Considered Host Halle Zander interviewed local, regional, and national journalists, local elected officials, and program leaders about how civic engagement plays a role in strengthening our democracies.

This broadcast features conversations with 1A Host Jenn White, Glenwood Springs City Councilor Jonathan Godes, Director of Journalism for Rocky Mountain Public Media Jeremy Moore, Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program Executive Director Beth Wysong, Basalt Town Councilor Hannah Berman, Colorado Mountain College President and CEO Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser, and Hurst Community Initiative Director Evan Zislis.

Halle Zander is a broadcast journalist and the afternoon anchor on Aspen Public Radio during "All Things Considered." Her work has been recognized by the Public Media Journalists Association, the Colorado Broadcasters Association, and the Society of Professional Journalists.