Freedom of Information, 1 in 3 Stories of Domestic Violence, Utah Gets Woke, Get Elected 101
Hosted by Lara Jones and Billy Palmer, tonight's show featured:
McKenzie Romero, president of the Utah Headliners Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, an update to SLC's policy governing the release of video captured by officer-worn body cameras. The Utah Freedom of Information Hotline — 800-574-4546 — celebrates its 25th anniversary November 1.
Utah 1 in 3: Stories of Domestic Violence, with The Bee's Giuliana Serena and Selina Gorst, prevention coordinator for the Utah Domestic Violence Coalition. Local survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence will gather Thursday, October 26, to share their personal stories with the public. For tickets, click here.
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Judi Hilman, Policy Catalyst, which has just released Utah Gets Woke, What the New Grassroots Movement Means for Utah’s Nonprofits & Civic Life.
So you want to run for office? Equality Utah is ready to show you how. Executive Director Troy Williams and program manager Preston Hilburn explain. The LGBTQ advocacy group will host Candidate Training with Wellstone Oct. 20-22.