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, March 13, at 5:30 p.m.
Roxy's Downtown, 412 1/2 E. Douglas
March's topic is Public Safety, and is the third part of our social health series. Our expert panel will discuss the fire department, EMS, infrastructure and other public services that contribute to your health and the well-being of our community. It's free, and so are the appetizers.
- Chief Snow, Wichita City Fire Department
- Elora Forshee, Sedgwick County Director of Emergency Communications
- Scott Hadley, Sedgwick County Director of EMS
- Ken Cook, Meteorologist in Charge at the National Weather Service
Engage ICT: Democracy on Tap 2018
First Quarter: Social Health
- JANUARY 30 – Crime & Safety
- FEBRUARY 27 - Mandating Health
- MARCH 13 - Public Safety
Second Quarter: Environment
- APRIL 10 – Climate change
- MAY 8 – Sustainability
- JUNE 5 – Energy
Third Quarter: Education
- JULY 10 – School Funding & Board
- AUGUST 14 – Preschool & Early Education
- SEPTEMBER 11 – College & Beyond the Classroom
Fourth Quarter: Community Building
- OCTOBER 9 – Political Philosophy
- NOVEMBER 13 – Guerilla Community Building
- DECEMBER 11 – Art & Gentrification