Rallies & Resources

A list of upcoming rallies and grassroots resources curated by KRCL’s RadioACTive team. Featured events do not imply endorsement. All times Mountain unless otherwise indicated. 



Community Resources:

  • Call 2-1-1 or visit 211utah.org to connect with housing and utility assistance, food resources, legal aid, and more

  • Salt Lake City Library COVID-19 resource list. Browse resources by age group and topic.

  • COVID-19 info line 1-800-456-7707 or visit coronavirus.utah.gov

  • Emotional Health Relief Hotline: 833-442-2211

  • The SafeUT Crisis Chat and Tip Line, a mobile app for both iPhone and Android. A statewide service that provides real-time crisis intervention to youth through live chat and a confidential tip program – right from your smartphone. For immediate mental health crisis help, please use the chat feature or call 833-372-3388 (833-3SAFEUT). Licensed clinicians in our 24/7 CrisisLine call center respond to all incoming chats and calls by providing supportive or crisis counseling, suicide prevention, and referral services.

  • Utah Warm Line: 801-587-1055. Answered 7 Days a Week, 8a–11p. This line is for Salt Lake County residents who are not in crisis, but seeking support, engagement or encouragement. Certified peer specialists offer support and empower callers to resolve problems by fostering a sense of hope, dignity, and self-respect.

  • COVID-19 Testing with the Utah Wellness Bus

    Wed, Aug 5 8AM-1PM Grangers/LDS Stake Center 3175 S 3450 W, West Valley
    Thur, Aug 6, 8AM-1PM Sorenson Multicultural Center, 855 California Ave, Glendale

    We highly recommend that everyone make an appointment and pre-register, it speeds the testing process.

    The number to call to make an appointment is 801-587-0712, option #3. ¿Habla español? Llamada at 801-436-7118 to make an appointment. For more information on COVID-19 visit https://healthcare.utah.edu/coronavirus/

  • Rose Park Connect: Rose Park residents looking for Wi-Fi or computer access can now access it through Salt Lake City’s new pilot program, Rose Park Connect. The computer lab is located in a common room at the LDS Meetinghouse on 760 N. 1200 W. Community members will need to maintain social distance and wear a face covering while in the lab. Rose Park Connect is being supported entirely with volunteers and the City providing the computer equipment. 

    Census staff from the Census Bureau are scheduled to be on site to answer questions and help residents complete the census. The County is coordinating with the County Health Department to have a community health worker present to provide COVID-19 prevention information as well as face masks for those in need.

    The program will run during the month of August and will then be reevaluated to determine if needs are being met and whether adjustments are needed. The City hopes to expand the program to other neighborhoods with the help of community partners interested in participating.

    As part of the digital access plan, the City is also working on offering outdoor access to Wi-Fi at the Sorenson Unity Center campus as well as smart solar benches that provide Wi-Fi and charging stations. More information will be released on those projects as they reach completion. 

    Rose Park Connect August Schedule:

    Mondays and Wednesdays from 8 a.m. - 11 a.m.

    Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Resources to Confront Racism:

Through Aug. 9: 

Fri-Sun, Aug. 7-9:

  • 12th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival Presented By Harmons, online. Hosted by Craft Lake City: "Not your ordinary online event! Join us in celebrating twelve years of the DIY Festival with an innovative, never-before-seen format: a VIRTUAL REALITY ARTS FESTIVAL! The 12th Annual Craft Lake City® DIY Festival® Presented by Harmons is Utah’s largest, local-centric, three-day festival featuring over 150 local artisans, STEM exhibitors, vintage vendors, food creators and performers. This year, you and your friends can create avatars, explore virtual galleries, purchase handmade goods and interact directly with local creatives in a virtual reality setting! More info at: virtualdiyfestival.com

    Friday, August 7 from 6 pm to 10 pm
    Saturday, August 8 from 9 am to 1 pm
    Sunday, August 9 from 3 pm to 7 pm

    Be sure be sure to visit the KRCL 90.9FM Stage to catch talented local performers each night of the festival. Click here for times and lineup. 

Friday, August 7:

  • Safe Schools Save Lives Caravan, 4:00-6:00 p.m. Hosted by Safe Utah Schools: "Get together caravan-style to show support for opening schools safely. School boards and the state of Utah should be using best practices for safety, social distancing, and making decisions based on science and data. Teachers, staff, and students' lives are not expendable, and they have the rights to a safe school environment.

    "Meet at the Sears building at 754 S. State street at 4:00 PM. You can decorate your car, or just come as you are. We will start the caravan down state street toward the capitol building at 4:30.

    "At 5:00 PM at the capitol, you may either park to watch the live stream of the speakers, or you may get out of your car and listen in-person at a safe, masked social distance. Speakers will finish around 5:30 PM and we will clean up an disband.

    "Thank you for your support of safe schools! Let's rally for science, safety, and rights of everyone in schools."

  • COVID-19 Testing Drive-thru at Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake, 4:30-7:30 p.m. at 120 W. 1300 S., SLC. Drive-thru testing for COVID-19 with or without symptoms. Testing cost covered for those without insurance. Early registration is encouraged. Call (801) 486-4877. 

  • ACLU of Utah Community Block Party, 6:00-7:00 p.m. online. Hosted by ACLU Utah: "This celebration will allow members, partners, and supporters to come together and recognize the wonderful communities we serve and partner with, in the fight for civil rights and liberties. This event will also honor an amazing of group of Utahns who have made a positive impact on civil liberties and the opportunity for generational racial justice reform as we present the 2020 Torch of Freedom and Mickey Duncan Awards. Plus, we will recognize the accomplishments of four high school seniors receiving Youth Activist Scholarships. Click here to start getting inspired by watching video interviews with the scholarship winners. FREE, but RSVP requested. 

  • Black Lives Matter Utah Protesting Cottonwood Heights Police, 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Cottonwood Heights Police Department, 2277 E. Bengal Blvd., Cottonwood Heights. Hosted by Alexis Scott and Black Lives Matter - Utah: "This is a peaceful protest. We don not allow our members to incite violence or to destroy property. Do not come unless you plan to remain peaceful no matter what! Cottonwood Heights police have been brutalizing peaceful protesters. They ignored white supremacists who attempted to intimidate p carful protesters with guns. It is time to stand against police brutality. ."

Saturday, August 8:

  • Utah Foster Care Virtual Chalk Art Festival, 8:30a-8:30p online. Hosted by The GatewayChalk Art Festival and Utah Foster Care: "The pandemic has limited our social contact, but that doesn’t mean Utah Foster Care’s important work has stopped. Utah children of all ages still need foster families and safe places to heal. And in keeping with 2020 being a different kind of year, we’re going virtual with this year’s festival to show our community is still here to support them!

    "Join us on Facebook and Instagram (@utahfostercare) using #utahchalkartfestival, to experience the magic of creativity from the socially-distant driveways and sidewalks of our artists. We’ll be sharing live interviews with foster parents talking about the ongoing needs of children and with artists about why it’s a mission important to them. If you feel like experiencing the in-person magic, The Gateway will be hosting a few artists at its downtown Salt Lake location.

    "While this is a Virtual event, if you're in the area, feel free to come see the artists hard at work and their completed pieces at The Gateway! Please keep social distancing and Covid19 recommendations in mind.

    "Watch facebook @utahfostercare the weekend of the festival to vote for your favorite chalk art!"

  • Utah Black Business Expo, 10a-5p at Hampton Inn Salt Lake City - Downtown (Hampton Inn Salt Lake City - Downtown), 425 S. 300 W., SLC. Hosted by Sierra Weaver and Shakira ONeal: "Hey, Utah residents! Come out and join us at the 1st Black Business Expo. We are creating an event where Utah can experience what the black community has to offer. Come, meet and support Utah's black owned businesses." FREE

  • COVID-19 Testing Drive-thru at Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake, 8a-12p at 120 W. 1300 S., SLC. Drive-thru testing for COVID-19 with or without symptoms. Testing cost covered for those without insurance. Early registration is encouraged. Call (801) 486-4877. 

  • Bikers Backing Blue in Salt Lake City, 11:00 a.m. at Salt Lake County Government Offices, 2001 S. State St., SLC. Hosted by Micro DOT Helmet Co.: "A nationwide event that provides all of us the opportunity to show our support in a meaningful way without creating havoc in the streets of your community." Organizers invites folks to "gather on the steps of your county’s courthouse in what ever numbers you can muster. No arms, no belligerent attitudes, nothing that can be considered a threat to the Snowflakes in your community, just numbers. Be prepared to recite the pledge of allegiance and offer a prayer for our leaders, our country, and its citizens. We should pray for God's Grace, our country’s unity, and our communities security."

  • An Alter-Native History, 5:00-9:00 p.m. online. Hosted by Ed KabotieTha 'Yoties and 2 others: "In commemoration of the 340th anniversary of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, Cloud Mtn Arts and The Orpheum Theater present 'An Alter-Native History of America'. Part education, part entertainment (Edu-tainment), the event will be an overview of American History from an Indigenous perspective in three Acts: I. Indigenous Prehistory II. Clash of Cultures III. The Industrial Age. The four hour show will feature the music of Ed Kabotie and Tha 'Yoties, historic highlights from Ed, and artwork from the Kabotie family & Earth Tones Photography by Andrew Baker, The objective of the show is to demonstrate how systemic racism has affected Indigenous people throughout American history with a particular emphasis on the people and lands of the Colorado Plateau." FREE with brief intermissions to present the work of The Hopi Foundation, whose mission centers on the empowerment of Hopi communities. Viewers will be encouraged to consider donating the The Hopi Foundation's Hopi Emergency Assistance Fund. A few select pieces of artwork will be raffled off for those that give to the fund during the show.

Sat-Sun, Aug. 8-9:

  • One Story, One Community: Live Screening Event, online at various times. Hosted by Borland River Media: "Join us in celebrating Utah's incredible community of Artists and Storytellers with two days of indie films, discussion panels, and filmmaker Q&A!!"

    - THE FILMS -
    Groggy Grugg - by Conor Long
    Say The Sins - by Alex Woods
    Night of Adventure - by Chaz Evans
    Birds of Prey - by Jacob Hamblin
    Bugout - by Lenni Uitto
    Binary - by Lucas Barros
    Dear Lord - by Tua Kealoha
    We Might Have Been Scoundrels - by Dan McBride
    Stages - by Angela Rosales Challis
    Salty Plastic - by Summer Florence
    Gruff - by Kohl Glass
    City of Salt - by Alicia Farmer
    Not Surviving but Living - by Adam Townsend
    Lumeria - by Kristen Marie Jensen
    Carrie & Jessie - by Jacob Lees Johnson
    Metamorphosis - by Eduardo Soares
    Angler - by Max & Lucy Nebeker
    Mortal Coil - by Conor Long
    TUBCAKE - by Bethany Joy Burr
    Long Haul - by Bryan Fugal
    Through The Valley of The Hunter - by Michael Merrell
    Chasing The Dragon - by Eduardo Soares
    The Thief - by Jacob Lees Johnson

Sunday, August 9:

Monday, August 10:
  • Covid-19 Charla Virtual: Preparándose para Regresar a la Escuela, 6:30-7:30 p.m. online. Hosted by Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs: "A medida que los padres y las escuelas lidian con decisiones difíciles sobre la reapertura de las escuelas, los invitamos a una charla virtual sobre cómo prepararse para una experiencia de regreso a la escuela segura, saludable y comprometida para usted y su familia. Expertos en educación proporcionarán recursos y estrategias clave."

    Susie Estrada, Nicolas Jimenez, y Edwin Espinel, educadores locales y expertos en recursos de aprendizaje en línea, se presentaran. .

    Facebook Live en pagina de Univision 32: https://www.facebook.com/Univision32/

Tuesday, August 11:

  • Transit: A Conversation with UTA, 4:00-5:00 p.m. online. osted by West View Media: "UTA is proposing several changes to the fare policy and structure in efforts to streamline and simplify options. Details can be found on our website at rideuta.com/farechanges. A 30-day public comment period will take place July 22 through August 21.

    "There are numerous ways to engage with the public input process and submit a comment, including online, via phone, email, mail, and in-person at Customer Service locations!

    Submit a comment in any of the following ways:

    Email: hearingofficer@rideuta.com

    Phone: 801-RIDE-UTA (801-743-3882)

    Mail: Utah Transit Authority, C/O Megan Waters, 669 W 200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

    Online Comment: https://www.opentownhall.com/9316

    Ride UTA staff will be on the call to respond to questions about the proposed fare changes and other topics.

  • Vigil for Dillon Taylor and All Victims of Police Brutality, 6:00 p.m. at 850 S. 300 W., SLC. Hosted by Utah Against Police Brutality: "Dillon Taylor was killed by SLCPD on August 11th, 2014. In rememberance and celebration of Dillon's life, his family and Utah Against Police Brutality are holding a vigil in memorial of Dillon, and for all those killed at the hands of police. We encourage you to bring candles, flowers, balloons and other items to leave at the mural sites. We will be taking time to soak in the beautiful murals, in rememberance and respect for the lives of those gone too soon. We look forward to seeing you there."

Wednesday, August 12:

  • Conversation about housing and homelessness with Trent Staggs, 11:00-11:45 a.m. onlne. Hosted by Crossroads Urban Center: "In the third of our conversations about housing and homelessness we are talking to candidate one of the candidates for Mayor of Salt Lake County, Trent Staggs. We are working to schedule a conversation about housing and homelessness policy in Salt Lake County with his opponent, Jenny Wilson. We are organizing this series of conversations about housing a and homelessness to replace our annual poverty summit."

  • Manifest Destiny: The Effect of Our Sea to Shining Sea Expansion on Our Neighbor to the South, 6:30-7:30 p.m. online. Susan Vogel and Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, the final lesson in August will focus on Manifest Destiny. Created in partnership with Artes de México en UtahUtah Humanities, and Salt Lake Public Library. For details and to register for this FREE Zoom session, click here.  

  • Global Leaders Scholarship Fund Kick-off event, 12:00-7:00 p.m. MDT online. Hosted by Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy: “Calling all youth 18-32. Are you passionate about addressing the global challenges we face? Are you interested in becoming a community leader? Do you want to travel to national and international events, representing Utah as global change-makers? Join us! Wednesday 8.12.2020 for a series of events throughout the day, 12:00 - 7:00 PM, to learn all about this travel scholarship fund, how to apply, and what kinds of causes in Utah need global leaders!”

  • Rep. Ben McAdams Mobile Office Hours and FEMA Assistance, 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Kearns Oquirrh Park Fitness Center5624 S. Cougar Lane, Kearns. To help with repair costs, disaster recovery funds are available through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Disaster aid may cover essential repairs to make your home safe, sanitary and habitable. It also may help with disaster-related medical, dental, child care expenses, personal property (i.e. clothing, household items), moving and storage costs, and vehicle repairs.

Thursday, August 13:

  • Free Feline Fix: Register in Advance, 7:30-9:00 a.m. at 511 W. 3900 S., SLC. Hosted by Salt Lake County Animal Services: **We are doing a soft launch of the Free Feline Fix. Follow the link below to register in advance. NO WALK-IN APPOINTMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE. Strict instructions to maintain Covid-19 protocols will be sent to you once you've received confirmation your registration is completed.

    "If you have troubles registering, contact 385-468-7387 or email animal@slco.org. Registration CANNOT be taken over Facebook.

    "Only 10 Males and 10 Females spots will be available for this event. Once it's full, we will close registration. In order to register you must live in Salt Lake County. In Jurisdiction Cats will have a $15 licensing fee. In jurisdiction cities: Bluffdale, Holladay, Midvale, Millcreek, Murray, Salt Lake City. In jurisdiction townships: Brighton, Copperton, County Islands, Emigration Canyon, Kearns, Magna, White City. Any out of jurisdiction cats within Salt Lake County will receive the same services for a $50 fee." Click here to register.

  • Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake's Back-to-School Resource Fair Drive-thru, 9a-12p and 4-7p at 120 W. 1300 S., SLC. Offering registered clients: 

    • COVID-19 Supplies        (Face Mask & Shields, Gloves, Sanitizer, etc.)
    • Food Resources
    • Health Information
    •  School Supplies
    • Other Information
    To sign up, call (801) 486-4877.  

Friday, August 14:

  • Pre-Pride Drag Show: Utah Trans Pride 2020, 9:00 p.m. online. Hosted by Genderbands and Genderbands: Utah: "Get ready to PARTY! Get pumped to celebrate the Utah Trans Pride Festival with our awesome pre-Pride drag show! The show will feature music and performances by members of LGBTQ community! Show starts at 9pm August 14th. A link will be posted to view the show. Stay tuned for our lineup."

Saturday, August 15:

  • Slave Free Project Peaceful Protest, 7:00 p.m. at Washington Square, 451 S. State St., SLC. Hosted by A New Dawn 501c3Soap2hope and 3 others: "It’s time to take a stand for the voiceless, to demand action against true evils plaguing our world. It’s time to demand freedom for innocent children trapped in a life of horror, abuse, and slavery.

    "Join us in a protest against child trafficking. We are banding together to enact true change and to end trafficking once and for all. If you would like to sponsor or support this event and/or others like it, all proceeds will go to the Slave Free Project in partnership with SERT Ministries."

  • Back The Blue - SLC, 12:00-2:00 p.m. at xxx. Hosted by Concerned Citizens of UtahCivilized awakening and Skye Christensen: "Salt Lake City Mayor, Erin Mendenhall, has restricted the Salt Lake City Police Department from doing their jobs and protecting Salt Lake City during violent riots and unlawful assemblies. Time and time again, protesters have illegally blocked traffic on major roads, they have cost taxpayers $200,000 in public building damages and the police have been instructed to stand down while this happens.

    "It's time to call Mayor Mendenhall out for not supporting the police and letting Salt Lake City be destroyed. Let's show SLCPD we have their back and support them. Bring your Blue Lives Matter apparel, thin blue line flags, signs, etc." 

    Guest Speakers:
    Skye Christensen
    Bailee Thompson

  • Rep. Ben McAdams Mobile Office Hours for FEMA Assistance, 9:00-11:00 a.m. at Herriman Main Street Park, 13000 S. 5900 W., Herriman. To help with repair costs, disaster recovery funds are available through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Disaster aid may cover essential repairs to make your home safe, sanitary and habitable. It also may help with disaster-related medical, dental, child care expenses, personal property (i.e. clothing, household items), moving and storage costs, and vehicle repairs.

  • Utah Trans Pride Festival, 2:30-8:30 p.m. at Lions Park, 950 W. 1280 N., Provo. Hosted by Genderbands and Genderbands: Utah. This second annual casual gathering is a chance to celebrate and bring visibility to Utah's transgender community. For details, visit Genderbands.org/utahtranspride

Sunday, August 16:

  • Drive Through Families Belong Together Bakesale III, 9a-5p at Fillings & Emulsions West Valley, 1980 W. 4500 S., WVC. Hosted by Fillings & Emulsions: "Last year the people of Salt Lake City came together and raised $40,000 to help the kids at the border. The crisis is not over. Thousands of children are still detained and at higher risk due to the pandemic. As stories emerge about the conditions under which they are being held, doctors and scientists are warning that there could be long-term, irreversible health impacts on children if they're not released.

    "Please join us again this year as we rally our community to raise funds in support of these children—all proceeds will go to the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES), and the Texas Civil Right project to help support the legal costs of these children in need. We will be posting updates as we finalize the event. There will also be a donation option for those who wish to donate without making a purchase. See you all soon!"

Tuesday, August 18:

  • The Gender Wage Gap: Digging Deep into Understanding The Complexity, 12:00-1:30 p.m. online. Hosted by Utah Women & Leadership Project - UWLP and Utah Education Network: "Our panel of experts will discuss some of the most important contributing factors, dig deeper into how the gap varies by race and other demographics, and evaluate major efforts to reduce the wage gap, including both private and public initiatives. Join us for what is sure to be a fascinating discussion of this critical issue, one that affects not just women, but families, communities, our businesses, and the state as a whole." Panelists: Katie Hudman, Senator Luz Escamilla, Carrie Mayne, and Erin Jemison. To reserve your spot for this free online event, click here.

Wednesday, August 19:

  • Labeled Fest for Mental Health, 7:00-9:00 p.m. online. A series of events focusing on ending the stigma in mental health through films, ideas and interactions. Hosted by Labeled Fest for Mental HealthAlliance House and Mental Healthy Utah: We’ve got 2 fests coming up. The first focuses all on mental health and kicks off on August 19th and will be available for 1 week. The 2nd is all things recovery and will be kicking off on September 15th and again will be available for 1 week online. You can sign up for our newsletter to get all the updates here.”

  • Showcasing 3 films:

  • PUNK & BIPOLAR: The Homeless Gospel Choir, Punk Rock, and My Mental Health Journey.

  • OCD COPING: An interaction morphs into a paralyzing prison of obsessive thoughts.

  • ENDING STIGMA: Listen, learn and experience how communities are moving forward to change.
  • Q&A with Gabriel Nathan, OC87 Recovery Diaries Editor in chief chats all things mental health.
  • Presentation with Valerie Cameron ANIMATED IDEAS. Val presents Pixar interpretations of mental health and they help.
  • Housing for homeless families, 11:00-11:45 a.m. online. Hosted by Crossroads Urban Center: "The fourth of our 2020 conversations about housing and homelessness will be a discussion about the housing needs of families with children who have experienced homelessness. More details about this discussion will be available soon.

    "We are organizing this series of conversations about housing a and homelessness to replace our annual poverty summit."

Friday, August 21:

Saturday, August 22:

Thursday, August 27:

  • Human Trafficking: Trends and Best Practices, 10:00-11:00 a.m. online. Hosted by Utah Domestic Violence Coalition: "Through this training, participants will be able to identify the many indicators of human trafficking, examine risk factors, recruitment tactics, victimization, dynamics of control present in trafficking, and how to apply a trauma-informed and victim-centered approach in their work with those who have been exploited." Although free, registration is required. Click here

Saturday, August 29:

  • Salt Lake AIDS Walk 2020: Virtual, 10 a.m. Hosted by Utah AIDS Foundation: "The Salt Lake AIDS Walk aims to reduce stigma while encouraging a healthier community. This annual fundraiser supports vital services provided by Utah AIDS Foundation. Participants are encouraged share with their friends and family why they support those affected by HIV with the goals of increasing awareness and raising critical funds.

    "Salt Lake AIDS Walk 2020: VIRTUAL will be what you make it, with our help! Participate in a number of publicly health-minded in-person and online activities, giveaways and opportunities to show your support for those affected by HIV and STI's in Utah."

Wednesday, September 2:

  • What’s On Your Ballot: Removing Slavery From the Utah Constitution (Constitutional Amendment C), 3:00 p.m. online. Hosted by Action Utah: "Slavery was abolished in the United States in 1865. Then why is it still allowed in Utah as a punishment for crime? In 2019, the Utah Legislature unanimously passed a resolution to place a constitutional amendment question on the 2020 ballot to remove slavery as a punishment for crime. What does the question say, what is the background for this question and what implications does it have for Utahns? Join Action Utah for an online panel discussion to learn more and ask your questions. Featuring panelists Rep. Sandra Hollins (D-Salt Lake) and Robert Burch (President of the Utah Chapter of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society). Moderated by Andrea Himoff (Executive Director of Action Utah)." This online event will be hosted over Zoom. Click here to RSVP and get link info

Thursday, September 10:

  • Amos N. Guiora | Armies of Enablers, 6:00 p.m. online. Hosted by The King's English Bookshop: "This free, virtual event will take place on Crowdcast. Purchase Armies of Enablers from The King's English Bookshop and receive an autographed bookplate. *While supplies last* What do sexual assault survivors expect of the enabler-bystander? In this powerful book, Amos N. Guiora shares the stories of survivors to expose how individual and institutional enablers allow predators to perpetrate their crimes through silence and other failures to act. He then proposes legal, cultural, and social measures aimed at the enabler from the survivor’s perspective."

Friday, September 11:

  • Ancestral Remembrance Day, 7:00-8:30 p.m. at Fort Douglas Military Museum. Hosted by Sema Hadithi: "Join us for our 4th annual Ancestral Remembrance Day as we remember, honor, and celebrate our Ancestors and the work they did and what they left us. We will open the evening with the African American traditional Libation Ceremony, have a short speech, music, and dance. Presenters will be announced as the program is finalized. This is a FREE event and suitable for children, especially 8 years up."

Saturday, September 12:

Friday, September 18:

  • Exploring the Intersectionality of Race & Gender, 12:00-1:30 p.m. online. Hosted by the Utah Women & Leadership Project: "The Black Lives Matter and #MeToo movements have placed a spotlight on enduring racial and gender inequalities in the U.S. Both movements were launched by Black women who continue to call attention to the intersections between race and gender in shaping opportunity and justice in America. The purpose of this panel discussion is to explore these issues in the U.S. and Utah. Join us as we examine the lived experiences of women and girls of color and how they navigate politics, the workplace, education, and mental health services. The panel will also examine the roles of power and identity and how they contribute to the experience of marginalization and oppression for many women. Finally, we will turn to how we can all challenge race and gender norms, break stereotypes, empower each other, and learn to celebrate our similarities and differences. In addition, we will discuss how all of us can take action in ways that will respect and benefit everyone." Panelists: Sui Lang L. Panoke, Michelle Love-Day, Dr. Christy Glass, and Dr. LaShawn Williams. To reserve a spot for this free online event, click here

Sat-Sun, Sept. 19-20:

  • Marmalade Jam Fest 5, 11a-7p at The Garten at Mountain West Cider, 417 N. 400 W., SLC. Hosted by The Marmalade Jam Fest: "Join us for the 5th annual Marmalade Jam Fest! This year is certain to be even bigger and better than last. We'll have more music, more preserves, more crafts and most of all, MORE FUN! It's FREE to attend!"

Wednesday, October 7:

  • Vice Presidential Debate 2020, 7:00-8:30 p.m. local time at Kingsbury Hall, Nancy Peery Marriott Auditorium. Hosted by The University of Utah: "This is the first time a national debate will be hosted in Utah. The Commission on Presidential Debates is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization and has sponsored all general election presidential and vice presidential debates since 1988. Utah is the only western state selected for one of three presidential debates and one vice presidential debate. Ticketing information will be announced at a later date."

Friday, October 9:


RadioACTive: August 7, 2020

#UrbanFarmReport with pro tomato growers Marybeth Jannerich of Wasatch Community Gardens and Circus Brown of KRCL's Not a Side Show. Summit Land Conservancy, Wasatch Blooms and #SaveUtahBars. Fresh, homegrown music from Main Street Marigold and Jacob T. Skeen.


RadioACTive: August 5, 2020

Striving for Equity in Utah's Juvenile Justice System: A conversation on what can be done about Utah's persistent racial and ethnic disparities in the juvenile justice system. Plus Meet Your Maker featuring Kid Row


RadioACTive: August 4, 2020

New study tracks number of women in front-line, cabinet-level positions in Utah government. Labeled Fest for Mental Health preview. GlobalLeaders Scholarship Fund now taking applications. Community Roundtable tackles what it means to be an American given today's chaotic times.


RadioACTive: August 3, 2020

What are your dreams telling you? More Dreams in the Time of COVID with Alex Caldiero and friends. Plus, Poetry Still Happens, playwright and Downwinder advocate Mary Dickson on 75 Yeras of Shared Nuclear Legacy, SLC Arts Council's COVID pivot, and more.