Zions Bank Community Speaker Series: Pride

In this candid conversation, we’ll explore the personal, professional and policy-related experiences of members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Our panelists include: • The Honorable Jackie Biskupski, 35th Mayor of Salt Lake City,  Idaho Rep. John McCrostie, Troy Williams, Executive Director of Equality Utah, Jackie Cole, Inclusion Champion for Zions Bank’s Idaho Resort Region, Chad Dilley, Chair, Zions Bank LGBTQIA+ Employee Business Forum

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Free Live Stream: Try Harder!

At Lowell High School, the top-ranked public high school in San Francisco, the seniors are stressed out. As they prepare for the emotionally draining college application process, students are keenly aware of the intense competition for the few open spots in their dream colleges. They scrutinize how every element of their application, from their classes to their extracurricular activities to their racial identities, might be read by admission officers. At Lowell—where cool kids are nerds, nearly everyone has an amazing talent, and the majority of the student body is Asian American—the things that usually make a person stand out can feel not good enough, even commonplace. With humor and heart, director Debbie Lum takes us to the reality of the American college application process and the intersection of class, race, and educational opportunity as experienced by high school seniors living through it. Try Harder! is a portrait of young adults in the most diverse American generation ever as they navigate a quintessential rite of passage and make it their own.

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FREE Labeled Fest for Mental Health - Multi Media ideas and advocacy fest

Tickets at Labeled Fest is a series of ideas and advocacy events focusing on ending the stigma in mental health, disability, developmental, recovery and other marginalized issues through films, ideas and interactions. 6:00-7:00pm Create Perspective Workshop with Josh Samson 7:15-7:45pm “Crying with Laughter” Transmedia Story with Brian Higgins 8:00-9:00pm Labeled Films

Michelle Moonshine

Veronica Blue: Backyard Show Savage Daughters

Veronica Blue: Backyard Show

Savage Daughters, Del Perro

Yudi Ko

With Nate Cook

Morgan Snow

SLC Queer LGBTQIA Art Exhibition

“Equality means more than passing laws. The struggle is really won in the hearts and minds of the community, where it really counts.” Barbara Gittings.

In honor of Pride Month, Urban Arts Gallery presents “SLC Queer”, a collection of artwork created by local LGBTQIA+ artists. Guest curated by Madazon Can-Can, this exhibit seeks to provide support and recognition for these local artists and their diverse styles. “SLC Queer” will hang from June 2nd to June 27th, with a gallery stroll reception on Friday, June 18th from 6-9pm. Admission is free and open to the public.

VoxFox Music Program Showcase

Led Zeppelin & The Who Tribute: Backyard Show Feat. The Discographers

Led Zeppelin & The Who Tribute: Backyard Show

Feat. The Discographers