Census Citizenship, Off the Grid and Transgender in Brigham City, Breathing Stories - Words, Art and Stories for Clean Air
Richard Jaramillo, president of the Utah Coalition of La Raza, which opposes the reinstatement of a citizenship question for the 2020 U.S. Census.
LGBTQ Off the Grid: A partnership between Utah Public Radio and Changing Our Stories podcast, the four-part original series explores the far corners of Utah where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people, and those questioning their sexuality are often isolated and unseen. In this week's story, a solitary transgender person in Brigham City finds community in a coven of witches.
Breathing Stories with:
Daniel Mendoza and Eric Crossman, Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment
Jessica Reimer, HEAL Utah
Darin Mann, SLC Air Protectors
Brooke Larsen of Torrey House Press, publisher of Breathing Stories: Utah Voices for Clean Air
Friday, March 30: Breathing Stories: Words, Art, and Stories for Clean Air, 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Impact Hub, 150 S. State St., SLC. Join Torrey House Press and local clean air groups for an evening of public readings, storytelling, and art-making. Casey Clifford, a local artist, will provide screen-printed banners and patches that attendees can paint and use for their own clean air advocacy.
RadioActive is a production of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah. Tonight's team included: