Disability Law Center on Utah's history of forcibly sterilizing people with disabilities. Plus, Teacher John Arthur returns with students and their latest project, How Are the Children?
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A week from today, KRCL presents its annual International Women's Day programming. RadioACTive's Lara Jones talks with Eugenie and Morgan about our plans, including a day of femme songs and voices, a music makers' panel with live music, and a Women Who Rock trivia night at Mountain West Cider.
Meadowlark Elementary sixth grade teacher John Arthur returns with students and their latest project, How Are the Children?
Disability Law Center staff attorney Nate Crippes and public policy advocate Andrew Riggle and report co-author Jim Tabery on Utah’s history of forcibly sterilizing people with disabilities. Source material to read:
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