Eagle feathers and religious liberty, plus one-on-one with SLC mayoral candidate Luz Escamilla
A religious liberty petition seeks to allow anyone to use the feathers of federally protected birds, such as eagles, as long as they are “sincere religious believers.” Find out more with Living The Circle of Life’s Braidan Weeks, who said the issue was a hot topic at last month’s National Congress of American Indians.
Tara Benally, field director for the Rural Utah Project, which is collaborating with Google Plus Codes to create addresses for 70% of registered voters on the Navajo Nation. Addresses will not only ensure that voters are registered in the correct location and their votes cannot be contested, but it will allow vital emergency services to reach residents more quickly.
SAVE THE DATE— July 11: RadioACTive Town Hall: Community Organizing NextGen. Meet and learn from several nextgen organizers who are mixing lessons from past social movements with social media and their own ideals. Come with your own questions and check out different causes to support. Plus, voter registration will be on hand. Join us at 7:00 p.m. at the Marmalade Branch, Salt Lake City Public Library, 280 W. 500 N., SLC.
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