Rallies & Resources

A list of upcoming rallies and grassroots resources curated by KRCL’s RadioACTive team. Featured events do not imply endorsement.


Saturday, November 9:

  • DACA Day, 10a-3p at the Mexican Consulate, 660 S., 200 E. #300, SLC. Renew your unexpired DACA permit today. Less than 6 months to expiration? Renew it at this free event. All DACA recipients are welcome, free of charge. Partial financial assistance for renewal available for Mexican Nationals. For more details, call (801) 521-8502, extensions 110, 111, 112, 114, 115 or visit their website, https://consulmex.sre.gob.mx/saltlakecity/
  • Puerto Rico and Hawaii- Cousin Archipelagos, 3:00 p.m. Sorensen Unity Center, For Bomba Marilé's 2 yr anniversary we will be a special event, We will be talking about the cultural connections between Puerto Rico and Hawaii and the large Puerto Rican migration to Hawaii in the 1900s. After the lecture, Malialole and Bomba Marilé will be sharing traditional music and dance from their archipelagos. We'll also have a raffle and a bomba dance class during the event.

  • 5th Annual Hats Off for Health Awards Dinner, 5:00 p.m. University Guest House & Conference Center, Each year the PIK2AR Board of Directors close out the annual Utah Pacific Island Health Week reflecting the year on holistic community health with gratitude and celebration to this years awardees for their partnerships and collaboration.

  • Utah Asian Pacific Islander Community Awards Night, 6:00-9:00 p.m. at Megaplex Theatres At Valley Fair Mall, 3620 S. 2400 W., West Valley City. OCA-Utah recognizes the contributions of individuals & organizations making a positive impact in the Asian and Pacific Islander communities. This year's event includes a buffet of Filipino and Indian foods, a social hour, awards presentation, and an election for the 2020 board of directors of OCA-Utah. Click here for tickets.

Sunday, November 10:

  • The History of Policing, Hosted by Decarcerate Utah, 6:30 p.m. Salt Lake City Public Library, The History of Policing in the US. Meet in Conference Room E in the basement of the main library. This is a two part series with the first event taking place on October 10th and the second on November 14th.

    Monday, November 11:

    • Cabaret Fundraiser for Sanctuary, 7:30 p.m. First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City, 569 S 1300 E, Salt Lake City, Join Keith Trickett, a long-time and entusiastic supporter of First Church, for a night of hors d'oeurvres, music, and entertainment! Donations go to the Sanctuary Fund to support the family still living on our church. 
    • Glendale Chesterfield Permie Potluck: Film Screening, 6:00 p.m. The Mobile Moon Co-op, 2551 S Hempstead St, West Valley City, This documentary illuminates at a diverse selection of permaculture projects from inner city community gardens to large rural farms. Come share a meal and a movie about what Permaculture means and how this movement is shaping a more beautiful, intersectional, and healthy future. 
    • Building with Pallets: Permie Potluck, 5:30 p.m. 777 W 500 N, Salt Lake City, Join The Village Cooperative and Utah Permaculture Collective as we build furniture with Pallets as a permaculture principle of using the resources around you. If you have gloves, bring them and of course bring a dish to share for the potluck after!
    • Utah Tax Reform: Dancing in the Dark, 12:00 p.m. Hinckley Institute of Politics, 260 S. Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, Members of the Utah Citizens' Counsel have been studying the various proposals submitted by members of the Legislature's Tax Restructuring and Equalization Task Force. The Task Force is urging a special session of the Legislature in December to pass the tax changes proposed by the Task Force co-chairs. Is their proposal ready for prime time? What do we know and not know about the implications of the proposal? Who wins? Who loses? Is the public still "dancing in the dark”?

    Tuesday, November 12:

    • SLC Council Homelessness Fact FindingSalt Lake City Council, 451 S State St, Rm 304, Salt Lake City, Recognizing the importance of this issue and the high level of effort and coordination required, The Salt Lake City Council are hosting a fact-finding session. At this meeting, we will ask for an update from stakeholders on new State funding, progress for creating new housing, alternate plans when the downtown shelter closes, and interactions with unsheltered people.
    • Real Women Run Fall Social, 5:30 p.m. Log Haven, 6451 E Millcreek Canyon Rd, Salt Lake City, This year’s Real Women Run Fall Social will explore the concepts of identity and truth. In our current political culture debate is often driven by emotion and appears disconnected from policy details. Join us in this conversation about what it means to be in a post-truth environment and how this affects Utah women stepping into leadership and politics.
    • Right to Harm – SLC Free Film, 7:00 p.m. Salt Lake City Public Library, 210 E 400 S, Salt Lake City, Join Utah Film Center and Factory Farming Awareness Coalition (FFAC) for a FREE screening of Right to Harm. An exposé on the surprisingly unregulated public health impact of factory farming across the United States, told through the eyes of residents in rural communities. When pushed to their limit, these disenfranchised citizens band together to demand justice from their legislators.
    • Fill-a-Bag of Yarn Sale!, 10:00 a.m. Clever Octopus, 4973 State St, Murray, Come into the shop to fill a big brown grocery bag of yarn.
    • KUED Night - Leaves from Roots Exhibit, 6:00 p.m. Farnsworth Elementary PTA, 3751 S Sunnyvale Dr, West Valley City, A educational fun filled evening for the whole family. There will be Activities, Free Children's Books, Pizza Dinner and The Leaves from Roots Exhibit - created by Farnsworth Students.
    • Dump Trump! Keep DACA! 12:00 p.m. Library Plaza at the UofU, Trump and his administration decided to rescind DACA, leaving many people, including students at this school, in danger of deportation. On Nov. 12th the Supreme Court will decide whether Trump's decision to rescind DACA was unconstitutional. Rally with us to show Trump and the Supreme Court where we stand. 

    Wednesday, November 13:

    • Combatants for Peace, 7:00 p.m. First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City, 569 S 1300 E, Salt Lake City, Former Palestinian fighters and Israeli soldiers and officers laid down their weapons and established Combatants for Peace, a Nobel Peace Prize nominated movement founded on the belief that the cycle of violence can only be broken when Israelis and Palestinians join forces. Come hear their empowering story.
    • Millcreek Promise Safety Sub Committee, 1:00 p.m. Millcreek Promise, 1300 E 3300 S, Millcreek, This sub committee works together to create a safer, healthier community through resident engagement, support of local law enforcement, fitness & nutrition programs, and health provider partnerships.
    • Tales and Trails, 10:00 a.m. George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Wildlife Education Center, 1157 S Waterfowl Way, Farmington, Bring your little ones and join us on Wednesdays to hear a story read by an Eccles Wildlife Education Center staff member or volunteer. After the story, venture out to the nature trail for a self-guided walk. All children must be accompanied by an adult. 
    • $5 After 5 p.m., 5:00 p.m. Natural History Museum of Utah, 301 S Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, Visit the Natural History Museum of Utah on Wednesdays after 5 p.m. and pay just $5 for admission. Regardless of age, you can enjoy the entire Museum for just $5!
    • Science Café, 6:00 p.m.  Natural History Museum of Utah, 301 S Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, Get a taste of the current scientific research happening at the University of Utah. Meet five fascinating scientists who have prepared a smorgasbord of science for you to savor in an informal, interactive cafe-style setting. Each scientist will dish out their research in 10 minutes or less, then lead a lively, 10-minute group discussion. 
    • Yoga and Beer at The Gateway, 6:00 p.m. The Gateway, 18 N Rio Grande St, Salt Lake City, The Gateway and Salt Lake Power Yoga bring YOGA & BEER, a weekly event to clear your mind. The talented instructors at Salt Lake Power Yoga will lead this series with a power flow yoga, integrating optional beer drinking postures. All levels of yogis and beer drinkers are welcome.

    Thursday, November 14:

    • Combatants for Peace, 12:00 p.m. U of U Gardner Commons,  Former Palestinian fighters and Israeli soldiers and officers laid down their weapons and established Combatants for Peace, a Nobel Peace Prize nominated movement founded on the belief that the cycle of violence can only be broken when Israelis and Palestinians join forces. Come hear their empowering story.
    • KRCL, Marmalade Town Hall Series, 7:00 p.m.  Marmalade Branch, Salt Lake City Public Library, 280 W 500 N, Salt Lake City, A year-long Town Hall series. These gatherings will generate conversation, improve our community, and make a difference in the lives of all the individuals who call Salt Lake City home. Please join us with your questions and insights. 
    • KRCL's Music Meets Movies - The Decline of Western Civilization, 7:30 p.m. Brewvies cinema Pub in Salt Lake and Ogden. Join KRCL for Music Meets Movies for a screening of the 1981 documentary The Decline of Western Civilization. On every list of Top 10 Music films, KRCL will be screening this document of the Los Angeles Punk scene in the late 1970's for the very first time.
    • The History of PolicingHosted by Decarcerate Utah, 6:30 p.m. Salt Lake City Public Library, The History of Policing in the US. Meet in Conference Room E in the basement of the main library. This is a two part series with the first event taking place on October 10th and the second on November 14th.
    • State Records Committee Hearing, 9:00 a.m. 346 S Rio Grande St, Salt Lake City, The Salt Lake County Sheriffs Department (Jail) is refusing to fulfill a GRAMA- Records request (video & medical records) showing how one of our neighbors, Yassin, was injured during his arrest/booking

    Friday, November 15:

    • All Together Now: Celebrate Sugar House's Newest Public Artwork, 4:00 p.m.  2206 S 1300 E, Salt Lake City, ALL TOGETHER NOW, BY: Artist Christopher Henderson and Local Producer Meggie Troili. Meet the artists and collaborators in the lobby of the new SpringHill Suites by Marriott. The artwork is located on the North side of the building on Wilmington Ave.
    • Bingo supports camp for kids battling cancer and their families, 7:00 p.m.  First Baptist Church, 777 S 1300 E, Salt Lake City, Third Friday Bingo is supporting Camp Hobe for Utah children with Cancer. This event will also be collecting non-perishable snacks to include in the Lunches of Love program for homeless youth, such as Granola Bars, Pudding Cups, Chips, Fruit Cups etc. Please bring these items to bingo and we will give you a free additional bingo card with your paid entry.
    • Yearly Community Blessing, 5:00 p.m. The Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake, 120 W 1300 S, Salt Lake City, Join us at the Urban Indian Center as we gather as a community to bless our lives in a good way into the changing season. 
    •  The Urban Indian Center Weekly Art Market, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 120 W 1300 S, Salt Lake City, Jewelry, Hand made crafts, and Food are all on display every Friday from local artisans. 
    • Come Meet Percy! 6:00 p.m.  Sanderson Community Center to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, 5709 S 1500 W, Taylorsville,  Percy Amoah Gogoe is the Nurturing Nations Ghana Director. He is a strong advocate for child welfare in Ghana. Percy grew up in poverty and he understands firsthand the struggle and hardship experienced by many to survive and find opportunities for education. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to meet him. Also, "take a trip to Ghana" through our virtual reality experience and "meet" some of the children who have been rescued. 

    Saturday, November 16:

    • Race & Gender: Intersections - POC & Allies & TransactionUtah Pride Center, 1380 S Main St. 11:00 a.m. Join the Utah Pride Center's POC & Allies and TransAction Programs during Trans Awareness Week for a panel discussion with Trans People of Color about the intersections of race and gender.
    • Green Party of Utah Semi-Annual Membership Meeting, 2:00 p.m. Salt Lake County Government Center Room N1-100, Join us for the semi-annual Green Party of Utah Meeting of the Membership. This meeting is open to all members, supporters, and affiliates of the Green Party. While construction of the meeting agenda is still underway.

    Wednesday, November 20:

    • Action Utah Tour & Talk: Spotlight on Suicide Prevention, 12:00-1:00 p.m. at the Utah State Capitol, in the Seagull Room in the Senate (East) Building next to the parking lot. Allow time for parking. Join Action Utah leaders and members on Capitol Hill during Interim Session on November 20th to find out what's happening with suicide prevention in Utah. Plus, get a tour of the Capitol Campus during the Interim Session. Bring a bag lunch. This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Click here to RSVP

    Nov. 20-21: 13th Annual Salt Lake County Watershed Symposium at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center.

    Friday, November 29: 

    • Global Climate Strike - Save The Date! People all over the world will take to the streets to today to #ClimateStrike and tell the world's leaders to #ActNowOnClimate. This Black Friday, let's express our gratitude to planet earth and give her a break. Instead of massive crowds in the stores, let's see massive crowds in the streets. Details coming soon. 

    Civic Engagement Resources:

    RadioACTive: November 11, 2019

    US Army Veteran Stacy Bare, Saving the Utah Theater, and the debut of the 'Where in the World Are Those Utah Propositions' podcast


    RadioACTive: November 8, 2019

    Live music from Fur Foxen, #UrbanFarmReport with the Winter Farmers Market and Top Crops SLC, SkyWatcher Leo T, Anchor and Earth, Leaves from Roots, Slay Lake City


    RadioACTive: November 7, 2019

    The End Game: A Report By the ACLU, Crossroads Urban Center, Utah Health Policy Project, Downtown Alliance, ErinMendenhall  


    RadioACTive: November 6, 2019

    McCarthey Family Foundation Lecture Series, SLCC Globe Series on Vaping, ORV's In National Parks