From time to time, KRCL will attend community events to bring you voices of the people in attendance. This VoxPop features voices from the Love Is Spoken Here Rally Thursday, February 26, 2015, on the steps of the Utah Capitol. Mormons Building Bridges hosted Latter-day Saint women as they presented flowers to Senate President Wayne Niederhauser and Speaker of the House of Representatives Greg Hughes to urge their elected representatives to support statewide non-discrimination — Senate Bill 100.
This is an excerpt from the speech given by Erika Munson during the rally.
This is commentary from Erika Munson of Mormons Building Bridges and Troy Williams, Equality Utah.
This is commentary from several LDS women attending the rally.
Troy Williams, Executive Director of Equality Utah
Bryan Schott of Utah Policy.
Al “Jazzbo” Collins (1919-1997) was a legendary jazz deejay and one of America’s original hipsters. His broadcast below the “Purple Grotto” ignited listeners with hip sounds on both coasts. He also was a jazz deejay right here in Salt Lake City on KNAK. Bad Brad and Troy Williams talk with KUER’s Steve Williams and Jazzbo’s son Brad about the musical and cultural legacy.