Citizens and voters face monumental choices on issues that will define our future, and there is a great need for broader understanding of how what happens at the polls affects you. That's why, in January of 2016, KMUW launched Engage ICT: Democracy on Tap.
These monthly community conversations feature a panel of local experts and topics that touch your daily life. Always at Roxy's Downtown. Always free and open to all.
Get your questions answered at the next Engage ICT
on Tuesday, January 16. Postponed due to the weather. Now on Tuesday, January 30, at 5:30 p.m.
Roxy's Downtown, 412 1/2 E. Douglas
This month's topic is Crime and Safety, and is the first event in our social health series. We'll discuss crime trends and how to make our community safer for everyone. Appetizers are provided.
Dr. Andi Bannister, interim director of the WSU School of Criminal Justice
Adam Barlow-Thompson, founder of the nonprofit Neighboring Movement
Darryl Carrington, WSU community liaison
Wichita Police Lt. Wendell Nicholson