Events for Rallies and Resources

YWCA Legislative Recap Breakfast

Join YWCA Utah’s Director of Public Policy for breakfast, a recap of the 2019 Utah legislative session, and a discussion of our priorities moving forward.

General Registration $15

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Breaking the Pipeline Symposium-4th Annual

This symposium provides attendees with the latest information on Utah's school-to-prison pipeline and provides participants with information to end Utah's school-to-prison pipeline.

Program: 8:30 check-in and breakfast served 9-Welcome 9:15-Keynote: Zoe Savitsky, Southern Poverty Law Center, Deputy Legal Director, Children's Rights 10:20-Student Perspectives: panel discussion 11:30-Policy Updates with Local Legislators 12:40 lunch and tabling 1:40 1st breakout session Strategies for keeping marginalized students in school-local practitioner perspectives The Restorative Justice Compact and State of Restorative Justice in Utah Indigent defense for juveniles 3:00 2nd breakout session Child development and the juvenile justice system Restorative justice workshop Mindfulness workshop 4:00 End Light breakfast, snacks, and full lunch will be provided.

Accepting sponsors. Send questions to ASL translation provided. If you would like pay by check please email for the mailing address and form. Stay up to date on symposium updates by following Racially Just Utah on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

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Legal CLE, Social work CEU, Educator CEU credits pending.

The Lost Words Survivor Art Showcase

Join Safe Harbor Crisis Center and Bountiful Davis Arts Center to celebrate the strength of sexual assault survivors and share in the healing power of art. The Lost Words Survivor Art Showcase will feature powerful, original artwork created by survivors of sexual violence. The creative arts allow a space for emotional expression that can be incredibly healing for survivors as they work to move beyond the trauma of their past abuse. We are honored to be able to support these strong, resilient artists by providing an outlet for them to share their journey.

This years theme, Lost Words, asks artists to consider the following in their work: Have you ever thought about what you would say to the person who sexually assaulted you? What would you want your loved ones to know? What would you want to remind yourself?

Refreshments and hors d'oeuvres will be served. The whole family is welcome. Please know that this is the first chance that some of our artists have had the opportunity to publicly show their work and talk about their story. We ask everyone to show only love, respect, and compassion. Together, as a community, we can help survivors to know that they are heard, believed, and supported.

Artwork submissions are due by April 5th. To sign up and participate, please contact Alana Cloud at

This event is part of the Davis County Sexual Assault Awareness Month (#SAAM) campaign, hosted by Safe Harbor Crisis Center. Follow Safe Harbor Crisis Center on Facebook for #SAAM updates and resources throughout April.

49th World Congress on Advanced Nursing Research

We are taking opportunity by inviting you all and welcome to join our 49th World Congress on Advanced Nursing Research during June 10-11, 2019 at Berlin, Germany with a theme “Focusing on Novel Strategies in Nursing Research” Nursing Research 2019 will focus on educational advanced nursing research directed towards its impact on clinical practice and outcomes, through oral and poster presentations, educational workshop sessions, and influential plenary presentations. Attendees will be provided with the tools to enhance nursing research education programs to make education more effective in nursing practice. The Nursing Research Conferences is a platform for nursing students, faculty, deans, researchers, and leaders to collaborate on topics affecting nursing education. Conference website: