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Discussion on Cultural Appropriation

Join PANDOS and Voices of Diversity on Monday March 27 from 6:30-8:30 pm as we have a thoughtful discussion on Cultural Appropriation. The talk will take place at the U of U Behavioral Science Building on 332 South 1400 East in SLC. 

Opening prayer : Butch Russell, PANDOS Spiritual Advisor
Event Moderator: Wazir Jefferson, Adjunct Instructor for the Masters of Public Administration Program 

Panel Discussion Presenters: 
1. Ella Mendoza, Co-Founder of Utah's Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement 
2. Heilala Fu'itahi Potesio, Utah Pacific Islander Civic Engagement Coalition
3. Brenda Dao, Graduate Assistant for the Women's Resource Center at the University of Utah
4. Carl Moore, PANDOS Chair

Panel discussion will be followed by audience questions and participation in the discussion. 
Please come with an open mind, willingness to learn, and the ability to recognize your own privileges.

This is a free event. No registration is required. See post in discussion for map of location. 


The Growlers

The Growlers are headed to Salt Lake City on March 28 at The Depot for the City Club Tour! KRCL is pleased to present the show. 21+


G. Love & Special Sauce

“When you get the spark, you got to ride that energy,” says G. Love, and that spark certainly ignites on his 10th studio full-length Love Saves The Day. He calls the new release “the fullest realization of the hip-hop blues” that he first pioneered with Special Sauce in the early ‘90s. The album, due out October 30 on Brushfire Records, not only features G. Love’s long-term Special Sauce rhythm section – upright bassist James “Jimi Jazz” Prescott, and drummer Jeffrey “The Houseman” Clemens – but also prominent guest performers including Los Lobos guitarist David Hidalgo, Lucinda Williams, Citizen Cope, Ozomatli, DJ Logic, Money Mark, Zach Gill and Adam Topol.


Women Who Brew: Breaking the Glass Ceiling for the Love of Beer

A free screening of Women Who Brew: Breaking the Glass Ceiling for the Love of Beer will be shown on the 30th and is presented by the Marriott Library Eclectic Film Committee. From both a marketing and a career-development perspective, the world of beer and brewing has long been male-dominated. Ads for major beer companies generally target men, and in the rapidly growing craft beer and ale industry, men own and operate the majority of breweries. But the latter situation is changing. This program follows a large number of women who have found success and fulfillment as brewery owners, pub owners, hops farmers, home-based and large-scale beer artisans, and other positions in the industry. Focusing on the Pacific Northwest’s burgeoning craft beer market, the film introduces thriving entrepreneurs and highly valued employees who have defied the assumption that beer is just for men. Award-winning brewmaster Tonya Cornett, celebrated publican Sarah Pederson, respected hops producer Gayle Goschie, and craft brewery pioneer and Pink Boots Society founder Teri Fahrendorf are among the many industry luminaries featured.


Keller Williams & Leo Kottke - Shut the Folk Up and Listen

This very special evening of music will feature a solo set by each artist and some spontaneous collaborations between Williams and Kottke.


Serial Creators Sarah Koenig & Julie Snyder

Peabody award-winning podcast pioneers Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder, the creators of NPR’s “Serial,” take audiences behind-the-scenes on April 1 to banter about the phenomenon they unleashed. The fastest podcast to reach five million downloads in iTunes history (and now at more than 100 million downloads), “Serial” reflects Koenig-Snyder’s brand new form of journalism – an investigative, free-wheeling approach that takes just one story, which is then drilled down further and further until a more curious story is revealed. Season Two is now underway. Tickets online: tickets.parkcity.institute


Ozomatli

Since its inception in 1995, innovation and creativity have defined Ozomatli. Hailing from Los Angeles, the group found a way to represent the city's eclectic culture through music that appeals to the local community and the world beyond. Ozomatli's success is exemplified in an impressive variety of genres from classic to modern Latino, urban, hip-hop and other world styles. The "Dioses del Baile," or "Gods of Dance," have created one of the most exciting, captivating and flat-out fun live shows touring today. They continue to harness their musical instincts by conceiving new concepts and forging new sounds that keep fans on their toes and the world dancing.


Marco Benevento with Jackie Greene

For more than a decade pianist Marco Benevento has been amassing an extensive body of work. His studio albums and live performances set forth a vision that connects the dots in the vast space between LCD Soundsystem and Leon Russell, pulsating with dance rock energy, but with smart, earthy songwriting to match. It has led to numerous high profile appearances, ranging from Carnegie Hall to Pickathon, Mountain Jam to Bonnaroo, while headlining shows coast to coast.

Marco Benevento welcomes very special guest, Jackie Greene
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm

Wisebird at Peruvian Lodge

Originally from Utah, Wisebird has been a local staple for over a decade. They have since relocated to Austin, Texas, but return often to play for local family and friends! This show is apres ski and will begin at 4:00PM-7:00PM


Foxygen

Foxygen and Star Power is the Los Angeles songwriting duo of 24-year-olds Sam France and Jonathan Rado. In May 2011, France and Rado nervously handed off a CD-R of this homemade mini-opus Take the Kids Off Broadway (Jagjaguwar, 2012) to producer and visionary Richard Swift after his performance in a Lower East Side club. The duo, who had just mixed and burned the disc that very night, had been devotees of Swift’s outsider-pop oeuvre since high school, when they first began recording their own pubescent forays into oddball rock n’ roll (At least a dozen records were finished before they graduated high school).