RadioACTive plugs you into the community. Tonight we passed the mic to Myroslava Rudnyk and Sofiya of the Utah Ukrainian Association. Crossroads Urban Center needs help eliminating the sales tax on food and other initiatives to eradicate poverty in our community. Bill Tibbits explains. Plus, Dr. David Derezotes on watching Ukraine and how to process our feelings.
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Myroslava Rudnyk and Sofiya of the Utah Ukrainian Association with an update on local efforts to support refugees fleeing the war. The association offers the following ways to get involved here in our community:
Crossroads Urban Center's Bill Tibbitts, who is the director of CUC's Coalition of Religious Communities.
April 13: Options for eliminating the sales tax on food in Utah Zoom session with Crossroads Urban Center and CORC, a multi-faith response to poverty: “Despite wide public support for two bills to eliminate the sales tax on food in Utah it now appears unlikely either bill will pass before the end of the legislative session on March 4, 2022. The purpose of this webinar is to bring together people who supported the bills and talk about options for eliminating the sales tax on food next year.” To reserve your FREE seat, click here.
Top donation requests at Crossroads Urban Center food pantries: shelf-stable milk and healthy snacks.
Top donation requests at Crossroads Urban Center Thrift Store: sleeping bags and tents.
Utah Peace & Conflict Studies Director Dr. David Derezotes on watching Ukraine and how to process our feelings. Join Dr. Dave online for an extended conversation on the subject this Wednesday, March 16. Click here to get the Zoom information.
Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, KRCL 90.9fm. Tonight's show was produced and hosted by Lara Jones.