Rallies & Resources

A list of upcoming rallies and grassroots resources curated by KRCL’s RadioActive team:

 

CLICK HERE for Movies For Activists: A list of films screening along the Wasatch Front that might appeal to grassroots activists and community builders.

Thursday, Dec. 14:

  • KRCL's Music Meets Movies: Pete Seeger-The Power of Song, 7:30 p.m., Brewvies Cinema Pub, 677 S 200 W, Salt Lake City, Happy Birthday KRCL! Join us on Thursday, December 14th at Brewvies Cinema Pub in Salt Lake as we celebrate KRCL's 38th Anniversary (December 3rd, 1979). Pete Seeger's "We Shall Overcome" was the very first song played on-air at 90.9fm, so for Music Meets Movies we've picked the Pete Seeger documentary, The Power of Song. 
  • Helping Homeless Teens With Savannah, 11:00, Maverik Center, 3200 Decker Lake Dr, West Valley City, Savannah in conjunction with the Born This Way Foundation, Peace First, and Channel Kindness is holding a service event and she needs YOU! At the event we will be assembling care packages for homeless LGBTQ+ teens as well as tying blankets for the packages. 
  • Star Wars Fan Event at Megaplex Theatres, Experience Star Wars: The Force Awakens and an early 6pm viewing of Star Wars: The Last Jedi at the Star Wars Double Feature. Fans will be treated with exclusive content, collectible cards, and a special concession offer. 

Friday, Dec. 15:

  • Cash, Cans, and Open Hands, 8:00 p.m., The Ice Haüs, 7 E 4800 S, Murray, Join us for another year of fun and giving while we raise money for The Road Home, Utah's homeless shelter in Salt Lake City. 
    See bands, enjoy comedy, and donate toward raffles and a Silent Auction. Santa will drop in as well to hand out the raffle prizes.
  • Free Community Fridays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Impact Hub Salt Lake, 150 S State St, Salt Lake City, Join Impact Hub and Slack for FREE coworking and collaboration every Friday in November and December. 
  • Women of Color Support Group, 6:30 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 support to each other as we navigate (re)traumatization from current political environment, as well as invalidating and oppressive environments.
  • Bruin Voices with Gardner Seawright, 12:00-1:00 p.m., Salt Lake Community College South Campus, 1575 S. State Street, SLC. A doctoral candidate in the Education, Culture, and Society Department at the University of Utah, Gardner will talk about "Whiteness And The Everyday Act Of Teaching: Embracing The Real-Time Potential And Pitfalls Of Anti-Racist Education."
  • Meet UPHE at Park City, Summit County, 12:00-1:30 p.m. at the Park City Library, 1255 Park Ave., Park City. Hosted by Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment

Saturday, Dec. 16: 

  • Winter Solstice Celebration, 9:00 a.m. to Noon, Red Butte Garden
  • ONE VOICE Recovery Empowerment Group, 11:00 a.m., USARA - Utah Support Advocates for Recovery Awareness. These workshops offer a space where people can share their recovery experience, focusing on empowerment, the healing of recovery and how our lives are enriched because of it. 
  • 10th annual Christmas Art Adoption, 6:00 p.m. at Signed & Numbered, 2105 E. 2100 S., SLC. Hosted by Art Adoption, this event gives local artists the opportunity to find homes for previously-unsold pieces. Art Adoption also fosters a pop-up spot for donations (of the closet and canned variety) to the Homeless Youth Resource Center and there will also be funds raise for the Willy the Plumber Scholarship Fund to help adolescents with scholarships whose parents are currently or formerly incarcerated. 

Friday, Dec. 22:

  • The National Park Service has extended the public comment period for its proposed peak-season entrance fees at 17 parks. "Under the proposal, peak-season entrance fees would be established at 17 highly visited national parks. The peak season for each park would include its busiest contiguous five-month period of visitation. The peak season entrance fee for a seven-day pass to each park would be $70 per private, non-commercial vehicle, $50 per motorcycle, and $30 per person on bike or foot. A park-specific annual pass for any of the 17 parks would be available for $75." To comment online, visit https://parkplanning.nps.gov/proposedpeakseasonfeerates. Send written comments to 1849 C Street, NW, Mail Stop: 2346 Washington, DC 20240.

Saturday, Jan. 6: 

  •  Me4U Legislative Summit, 10 a.m., Salt Lake County Council Chambers, 2001 S. State St. N1100, SLC. Designed to help communities of color in Utah learn about the Utah Legislative process and how to engage to successfully advance policy agendas. This is intended to provide a safe space for Utah's communities of color to learn about the legislative process, engage, and brainstorm. They welcome all who desire to be part of this experience.
January 2018: 
  • The Salt Lake City Public Lands Division is seeking public participation in the process of developing a Foothill Trail System Plan. The plan will apply to the Salt Lake City foothills between Emigration Canyon and the southern boundary of Davis County. It will produce a blueprint for an improved trails network for diverse users, to be implemented over a ten-year timeline. Members of the public are encouraged to submit their comments and ideas via an interactive mapping tool found on www.slcgov.com/trailsplan.

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RadioActive: December 13, 2017

Utah Rivers Council, Kwanzaa Traditions, Transgender Health Care Equality

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RadioActive: December 12, 2017

Helping Homeless Teens with Savannah, Rock Camp for Womyn, The Giving State Report, Posada Navideña, SLC Air Protectors

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RadioActive: December 11, 2017

Protest Rep. Stewart's Grand Staircase Repeal, ALCU of Utah Scholarships, Women's Panel on the Year That Was

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RadioActive: December 8, 2017

Live music with Utah's own Genre Zero, Plus Eric McFadden and Queen Delphine, Christmas Doings with Jeremy Puch and Farmer Luke, Urban Farm Report with Hand Sown Homegrown

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