#StopTheBans Utah rally recap, meetup with Outdoor Afro SLC, Bambula is coming, objections to Uinta Basin Railway
Karrie Galloway, Planned Parenthood Association of Utah, reflected on the #StopTheBans rally held earlier today at the Utah State Capitol. Click here to ...
Ashley Cleveland of Outdoor Afro Salt Lake City, which has become the nation’s leading, cutting edge network that celebrates and inspires African American connections and leadership in nature.
Emmie Gardner of Holy Cross Ministries, which later this month will recognize instrumental individuals and organizations —including the Moab Valley Multicultural Center as the Innovative Agency of the Year—in the legal immigration law sphere, who share Holy Cross Ministries' vision for just, compassionate, sustainable and inclusive communities.
Mabiba Baegne and Miriam Padilla Vargas on Bambula- Remembering the Kongo Connection to Puerto Rico on May 31 at the Sorenson Unity Center, 1383 S. 900 W., SLC. Featuring drumming, song and dance with Isaías Alavéz Martínez, Meilynne, Liliana Rodríguez Muriel, Omar González Nieves, and Aimé Curry.
Public meetings and scoping for the Uinta Basin Railway soon will begin. Ryan Beam, public lands campaigner with the Center for Biological Diversity, and Darrell Fordham of the Argyle Wilderness Preservation Alliance raised environmental concerns over the 100-mile rail line that would finally connect the basin's fossil fuel companies to the national rail network.
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