The RadioActive Report is a list of upcoming rallies, events and public comment periods for the local and global community builder:
SIGN UP TODAY: The Utah House Democratic Caucus will hold one-on-one sessions with the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, December 5, but you need to sign up now to reserve a spot at the State Capitol for Big Block of Cheese Day! Ask questions directly of your representatives, share with them your thoughts, and get to know who really speaks for you and your issues. Snack on some cheese and get some good time in with elected officials whose goals are to find out more about you! Website: utbigblockofcheese.eventbrite.com.
Friday, Nov. 20: Solidarity march and open forum on race at the University of Utah. Gather at the Park Building at noon, move together to the Student Union Ballroom for a dialogue on racial climate on campus, in the classroom, in our daily lives.
Friday, Nov. 20: Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil starts at 7 p.m. at the Utah Pride Center, 255 E. 400 S., SLC.
Saturday, Nov. 21: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family & Acceptance rally at the Utah State Capitol at 12 p.m. Ralliers will walk from the capitol to the LDS Church Office building in an attempt to form a human circle, holding hands, uniting one, around it.
Saturday, Nov. 21: Frank Cordova Latino Community Turkey Drive culminates today, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Bennion Elementary School, 429 S. 800 E., SLC. **This year the drive cannot accept actual frozen Turkeys before November 21 due to a lack of freezer storage space, so please consider a financial donation.** What started out, more than a decade ago, as a food drive in the Latino community of west Salt Lake City, has grown into an annual event that has fed thousands of families across the Salt Lake Valley. Although Latino community leaders gather the turkeys, they are distributed through participating Title 1 elementary schools and other community organizations without regard to race or ethnicity. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/LatinoTurkeyDay.
Saturday, Nov. 21: First and Third Saturdays: You’re invited to join the Salt Lake Quakers for their Witness Against War at 3 p.m. the first and third Saturdays of the month on the northwest corner of 700 East and 2100 South. Remaining 2015 dates: November 21; December 5 and 19.
Sunday, Nov. 22: Join Nick Burns at 6 p.m. for RadioActive on KRCL: A climate of change with: The American International School of Utah, which is sending representatives to Paris for the Global Climate Summit in December. Advisor Pippa Keene and students Biana and Justin talk about why they want to go and what they plan to do while they’re there. Plus, the indigenous sovereignty movement is changing the way native rights are handled in Hawaii, and it reaches all the way to the Beehive State. Kamaile Tripp, Soulee Stroud and Bumpy Kanahele tell us more. And find out how Liz Shropshire is working to change the climate of refugee relations one harmonica at a time. RadioActive, Sunday at 6 p.m. on KRCL.
Tuesday, Nov. 24: Salt Lake City Mayor-Elect Jackie Biskupski will hold a West Side Meet & Greet at the Sorenson Unity Center, 1383 S. 900 W., SLC, from 6-7:30 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 4: it’s International Mountain Day at the University of Utah’s Marriott Library. Events start at 5 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 5: from 12-5 p.m., it’s the 3rd Annual Utah Clean Air Fair at Bryant Middle School, 40 S. 800 E., in Salt Lake City. Bring your friends and family to learn about resources to keep your air clean, play games as a team, and get to know some individuals in the community making moves for the greater good. No ticket necessary.
Volunteer tutors are needed: Adult Education utilizes volunteer tutors to teach English as a Second Language to low-income, immigrant adults. Instruction takes place in small groups (2-4 people per group). Lessons are mainly competency-based, with a focus on life-skills rather than grammar rules. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Kate Brainerd, 801-531-6100 ext. 102, email@example.com.
How you take action is up to you, but now’s the time to be the change you want to see in the world. To submit an item to the RadioActive Report, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.