Live music from Rick Gerber, Male Allies and Women in the Workplace, HEAL Utah and Utah Rivers Council on Citizen Lobbying, Environmental Issues During the Legislative Session
Live music tonight from Badfeather's Rick Gerber, one of the 20+ locals playing the annual Sam Slam @ The Yes Hell in Ogden this Friday. Tickets: $12 at the door, or $10 with a food donation to the YCC Family Crisis Center in Ogden or warm clothing for #TheNikInitiative rack out front of the bar.
The Utah Women & Leadership Project - UWLP released a new report this week: Strategies that Male Allies Use to Advance Women in the Workplace. Dr. Susan Madsen walked us through the project, which focused on understanding the behaviors and strategies of men who successfully support women in advancing in workplace settings.
Christine Mikell, Cottonwood Heights City Council District 4, on the city's decision earlier this week to transition to 100 percent clean, renewable energy. It joins three other cities in Utah -- Salt Lake City, Moab, and Park City -- and Summit County in establishing this goal. The city council voted unanimously to pass a resolution adopting a goal of achieving 100 percent clean, renewable electricity for city operations by 2022 and community-wide by 2032.
Green agenda at the People’s House: RadioACTive got a preview from Noah Miterko of HEAL Utah and Zach frankel of the Utah Rivers Council about the upcoming legislative session here in Utah. They are working together on environmental issues and concerns, and they invite you to join them:
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RadioACTive is a production of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah. Tonight's team included: