A list of upcoming rallies and grassroots resources curated by KRCL’s RadioActive team
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Tuesday, November 20:
- TDOR - Transgender Day of Remembrance, 5:30 p.m. The Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake, 120 W 1300 S, Salt Lake City,
- Mindfulness at the UMFA, 3:00 p.m. Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Marcia & John Price Museum Building, 410 Campus Center Dr, Salt Lake City, Join instructor Charlotte Bell and explore the reimagined galleries of the UMFA as we seek to find stillness within ourselves. Practice slow and mindful looking at artwork as well as traditional, guided meditation. This free meditation practice is perfect for beginners—everyone is welcome.
- Women of Color Support Group, 5:30 p.m. Rape Recovery Center, 2035 S 1300 E, Salt Lake City, Through this support group, we aim to build connections between individuals who have been impacted by sexual violence, and to provide a space where we can support each other as we navigate (re)traumatization from our current political environment, as well as invalidating and oppressive environments. Group members are invited to explore elements that hinder and motivate their healing.
- The Colorado - SLC Free Film Screening, 7:00 p.m. Utah Film Center, The five-million-year story of the Colorado River region set to music from leading composers and narrated by actor Mark Rylance. A FREE screening of The Colorado in Salt Lake City, featuring a post-film discussion with Eric Balkin, Executive Director of the Glen Canyon Institute and other panelists TBA,
- ACT Study Sessions at Glendale, 4:30 p.m. Glendale Branch, Salt Lake City Public Library, 1375 S Concord St, Salt Lake City, Practice different concepts and test-taking strategies for the ACT. We will cover one portion of the exam per week, with practice questions and analysis of the trickier questions. Colin Young, Chemical Engineering PhD, will be volunteering his time to assist with the math and science portions of the exam.
Wednesday, November 21:
- Hip Hop Decolonizing Thanksgiving and ICE, 7:00 p.m. South City Campus, Salt Lake Community College, Room: 1-010, What are your thoughts on alternatives of the incarceration of none citizens’ children? How do you think we can educate the general public on the current violence onto Native and Indigenous people? How do you think we can educate the general public on the current violence onto Native and Indigenous people? What actions do you believe should be taken to address the emotions experienced by families of those interacting with ICE? (Immigration & Customs Enforcement) What are take away actions that the audience can do to support communities affected by ICE and Colonization?
- Full Moon Meditation, 7:30 p.m. Glendale Branch, Salt Lake City Public Library, 1375 S Concord St, Salt Lake City, Leave the stresses of the day behind with 30 minutes of guided meditation under the moon. In this class, you'll learn how lunar energy affects your body and mind, work on being conscious of the moon phases, and set an intention for the month. This class is designed for beginning and experienced meditators.
- SoulGiving w/ A Hundred Drums -Gift Based Dance, 6:00 p.m. Ecstatic Dance Salt Lake City, 965 East 3370 South, Salt Lake City, The day before thanksgiving you are invited to join us for a SoulGiving Celebration with Special Guest DJ/Music Producer from California “A Hundred Drums.” This is a (Gift Based) celebration where you are invited to pay or offer whatever your heart calls.
- Yoga and Beer at The Gateway, 6:00 p.m. The Gateway, 18 N Rio Grande St, Salt Lake City, The Gateway, Salt Lake Power Yoga, Wasatch Brewery and Yelp Salt Lake City 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.
- Daniel Everett: Security Questions, 11:00 a.m. Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, 20 S West Temple, Salt Lake City, Daniel Everett’s Security Questions addresses a divide between the complexity of a person, or a situation, or nature itself, and the inadequacy of the systems we use to organize and assess them. Asking how can an individual be understood by an indifferent system – what is left of an individual within an algorithm.
- WHOOP DEE DOO, 11:00 a.m. Whoop Dee Doo is a traveling, artist-led project that organizes elaborate site-specific installations and themed live performances as a process for creating meaningful art with communities around the world. Co-directors Matt Roche and Jaimie Warren engage youth groups and local performers in researching, developing and staging theatrical experiences envisioned as variety TV shows. Using unpretentious materials, participants transform ordinary spaces into surreal and memorable environments.
Thursday, November 22:
- Holiday Homes for Pups, The Humane Society of Utah, 4242 S Commerce Dr, Murray, Foster parents are a valuable part of the Humane Society of Utah (HSU). During the holidays, fostering becomes a critical component for finding the maximum number of animals homes during our busiest season. The Humane Society of Utah is holding our first-ever "Holiday Homes for Pups" this year to save more lives. Our goal is to transfer 60-80 dogs in need.
- ASL Classes!, 5:00 p.m. Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind, USDB, 1655 East 3300 South, Salt Lake City, Learn sign language. No classes 9/27, 10/18 or Nov 8 & 22. If you are a member of a USDB family or USDB staff, the class is free. If you are a member of the public, and not affiliated with USDB, the course is $25.
- Thanksgiving Workout, 8:30 p.m. RFT Coaching Salt Lake City, 3694 S 500 W Ste C, South Salt Lake, This will be our 3rd annual Thanksgiving workout. Come join us for a great workout and earn all that food! This is a free workout so invite your friends and family and join us for what is always a great time and a great workout!
Friday, November 23:
- Dungeons & Dragons Club, 3:00 p.m. Glendale Branch, Salt Lake City Public Library, 1375 S Concord St, Salt Lake City, You meet in a Library... Every other Friday, players of any level can form a party at the Glendale Branch and experience the excitement and imagination of Dungeons & Dragons. Whether you're an experienced RPG-er or just starting out, roll the dice and see what adventure awaits you!
Saturday, November 24:
- Transgiving 2018, 2:00 p.m. The Beehive, 666 S. State St., Salt Lake City, The second annual Transgiving sponsored by SLUG Mag featuring performance and visual art from the trans community for trans youth and trans supporters. All are welcome (all ages).
- Resist! A fight for trans rights!, 7:00 p.m. Club Area 51, 451 South 400 west, Salt Lake City, DRAG, BURLESQUE, MUSIC, DANCING AND MORE!!! A fundraiser for Onyx Dysart to keep custody of her children. Others want to see her children taken as she is a transgender person. We will RESIST! Fight for all your trans friends and their rights! 100% of proceeds to go to her legal fees to keep her children! 21 and over only!
Tuesday, November 27:
- Love Utah Give Tuesday, a global day of giving that takes place on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. The event marks the start of the charitable season and is already leveraged by many nonprofits to bring in donations. CLICK HERE to support KRCL on #LUGT.
Thursday, November 29:
- Black Lives Matter/White Ally Training, 6:00 p.m. Glendale Branch, Salt Lake City Public Library, 1375 S Concord St, Salt Lake City, This course will help allies understand their place in the movement. How to unpack privilege, how not to center, and so much more. Please join us for this amazing event.
- YUTAC Weekly Meeting, 6:00 p.m. USARA - Utah Support Advocates for Recovery Awareness, 180 East 2100 South, Suite 100, Salt Lake City, YUTAC's weekly meetings are open to any youth (16-25) who have lived experience with mental illness, system services, and a passion for advocacy.
Friday, November 30:
- Public Comment Deadline: The public comment period for the Draft Resource Management Plans and Environmental Impact Statement for the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Kanab-Escalante Planning Area (lands excluded from the National Monument) opened on Friday, August 17, 2018. To correct an error, the BLM modified the draft plans and EIS published in the Federal Register on August 17, 2018, for the lands within the former boundary of the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. The Draft RMPs/EIS do not identify any public lands as available for potential disposal under FLPMA. The original public comment period will be extended by 15 days in order to give the public time to review the draft plans/EIS. Comments must be submitted on or before November 30, 2018 or 15 days after the last public meeting is held, whichever is later. Comments may be submitted in the following ways:
- To submit a comment through this website, please click on "Documents & Reports" at left, scroll down to the very bottom of the page, then click on the "Comment on Document" button next to Volume I GSENM-KEPA RMPs-EIS. A new window will open that will guide you through the commenting process.
- Comments may also be mailed to: 669 S Hwy 89A Kanab, UT 84741, Attn: Resource Management Planning Team
Saturday, December 1-2:
- Nonviolent Direct Action Training, 2:00 p.m. Salt Lake City Public Library, 210 E 400 S, Salt Lake City, Join organizers from Wasatch Rising Tide for a two-day workshop on the theory and practice of nonviolent direct action. We will apply what we discuss to issues in Salt Lake, Utah, and the broader Southwest.
Saturday, December 8:
- Human Rights Day Celebration, 6:00-8:30 p.m. at Glendale Middle School - Salt Lake City, 1430 W. Andrew Ave., SLC. Hosted by the Mayor's Office of Human Rights to celebrate International Human Rights Day, this year they are honoring members of the Salt Lake community who have proven to stand up for Human Rights and who represent #StandUp4SLC. There will be Free food, Music and Local Performers. FREE and open to the public
Saturday Dececmber 15-16:
- Made in Utah Winter Fest, 12:00 p.m. The Gateway, 18 N Rio Grande St, Salt Lake City, Utah Stories presents its first Made in Utah Winter Fest! This a community-driven, free to public, and family-friendly event that showcases some of Utah’s top artists, musicians, artisans, product makers including breweries and distilleries, and other local businesses in Utah, while boosting our local economy.
Saturday, January 19:
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