March For Our Lives Utah back to grade Utah lawmakers on gun control. Plus, Witness at Tornillo, Black Business in America, and more.
Co-Hosted by March For Our Lives Utah's Andoni Telonidis and Abbie Smith
Lisa Lucero of Medicine Drum Circle. This former KRCL DJ wants to draw attention to the immigration crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Anthony Brogdon while he's in Utah for the Sundance Film Festival with a special screening of his documentary Business in Black about the rise of Black business in the U.S. and to promote his new companion book on the subject, Black business Book: Over 200 Facts.
Kathrine Forth, March for Our Lives Lead Ambassador at Woods Cross High School, shared her account of school lock-down and her motivation for organizing with MFOL.
Gun Violence Prevention Centers of Utah, Chair Person, Terri Gilfillan, shared the organizations mission and legislative bills they are tracking they say are steps in the right direction in preventing gun violence. Gilfillan also shared upcoming events they are sponsoring:
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