Rallies & Resources

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


Friday, May 17:

  • 4th Annual Pride Spectacular, 6:00 p.m..  4th Annual Pride SpectacularThe Union Event Center, 235 N 500 W, Salt Lake City, Celebrating 50 Years of Stonewall, Dinner is Sold Out, After-party tickets on sale now: click here for more information. 
  • Filméxico 2019, May 17 - May 18, Broadway Centre Cinemas, 111 E Broadway, Salt Lake City,  Filméxico presenta en Salt Lake CIty lo mejor del cine mexicano contemporáneo desde el 2012. No te pierdas las películas que integran la muestra este año, y recuerda que la entrada y el estacionamiento son gratuitos.
  • Hope and Healing Gala, 6:30 p.m. Publik. Coffee Roasters, 975 S West Temple, Salt Lake City, Join the Rape Recovery Center’s largest event, the 7th annual Hope & Healing Gala! The evening focuses on raising money to support the critical services provided at the Rape Recovery Center like Professional Therapy, Counseling, Support Groups, Advocacy, Prevention Education, Hospital Response and a 24/7 Crisis Line. Our services are offered to all survivors at no cost, so by supporting the Hope & Healing Gala, you are helping to provide essential resources to survivors in our community.
  • 2019 Living Traditions Festival, through Sunday, 451 South 200 East - Library Square, SLC. Food, performing artists and craft vendors from the various ethnic communitys who call Utah home.

Saturday, May 18:

  • 2019 Living Traditions Festival, through Sunday, 451 South 200 East - Library Square, SLC. Food, performing artists and craft vendors from the various ethnic communitys who call Utah home.
  • Triggers & Slips cover Alice in Chains, 8:00 p.m. The State Room, 638 S. State Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City’s own Triggers & Slips pay homage to the music and songs of Alice In Chains while raising awareness and money to help fight the Opioid Epidemic plaguing our community. A portion of the ticket sales will help support the local non-profit organization One Voice Recovery. Also, a representative from Utah Naloxone will be giving out information pamphlets, and free Naloxone (Narcan) kits at the show.
  • Real Women Run Spring Training, 8:00 a.m. Hinckley Institute of Politics, 260 S. Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, Real Women Run’s annual Spring Training is an opportunity for practical training and guidance for declared candidates, or those who are considering filing to run in the 2019 municipal elections, and their campaign staff or volunteers. This training will be focused on the core skills, strategies, and information needed to run a successful municipal campaign. 
  • Utah Transit Riders UnionQuarterly Meeting, 2:00 p.m. Salt Lake City Public Library, 210 E 400 S, Salt Lake City, UTA will be make a presentation about the proposed Lehi TRAX extension.

Sunday, May 19:

  • 2019 Living Traditions Festival, through Sunday, 451 South 200 East - Library Square, SLC. Food, performing artists and craft vendors from the various ethnic communitys who call Utah home.
  • 12 Minutes Max, 2:00 p.m. Salt Lake City Public Library, 210 E 400 S, Salt Lake City, 12 Minutes Max is a monthly experimental performance series featuring short works by local artists in many disciplines. One Sunday a month, we present three original pieces in a varied mix, chosen from music, dance, film, theater, performance art, writing and the like - each 12 minutes or less.
  • Self-Care Sunday Festival, 10:00 a.m. Avenues Yoga, 967 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City, A family-friendly festival that's free and open to the public in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, hosted at the wonderful Avenues Yoga in Sugarhouse (967 E 2100 S). There will be a number of booths where attendees can make do-it-yourself self-care items, such as body scrubs, loose leaf teas, art, etc. We will also be offering free yoga classes and workshops throughout the day, complimentary food, self-care giveaways, resources from a number of local organizations, and more!

Monday, May 20:

  • Encircle Summer BBQ featuring Alex Boye, 6:00 p.m. Encircle,  331 S 600 E, Salt Lake City, A fun family BBQ!  Hamburgers and hot dogs on the grill along with games provided by SLCC student organizations.
  • Sage Utah Poetry Night, 6:00 p.m. Weller Book Works, 607 Trolley Sq, Salt Lake City, SAGE Utah and the Utah Pride Center will be sponsoring a Poetry Reading at Weller Book Works (Trolley Square) Poets, Casey Tracy, Madelyn Boudreaux, Krystal Dawn Ahlstrom, Sona Schmidt-Harris, Dimitra Kambouris-DeHoog, Richard Clegg, and Mary Batchelor will be reading their poems with a few strengthening augmentations for "Slipped and Snapped."
  • Community Housing Open House, 6:00 p.m. Park City Library, 1255 Park Ave, Park City, Do you have questions or feedback regarding Park City’s Woodside Park, Phase II housing development? Join us in the Park City Library's Community Room (3rd floor) for a community housing open house, where City Staff will answer questions and share information about the housing development.
  • HB411 and Recycling in Ogden, 6:00 p.m. Lighthouse Lounge, 130 25th St, Ogden, Did you know Ogden has stood up a sustainability committee? If you have concerns about the local environment and would like to be heard then come meet some members of this new committee and share your opinions. 
  • Birth Worker Training, 5:00 p.m. Bloom Women’s Center: Pregnancy and Postpartum Self-care1825 W 4400 S, Roy,  In this class you will learn all about the surrogacy process to help you to better support a client that is either a Surrogate or Intended Parent! What does a client/patient need during a surrogacy birth? What are the do's and don'ts for surrogacy births? Come expand your knowledge and be able to offer specialized care for those going through the surrogacy process!

Tuesday, May 21:

Wednesday, May 22:

  • Alliance for a Better Utah, Open House,  Will there be food? Yes. Will there be drinks? Yes. Will there be awesome Better Utah staff? Yes. Will you get to learn more about the Better Utah organization and what they are planning? Absolutely.

Tuesday, May 28:

Friday, May 31:

  •  Youth Pride 2019, 8:00 p.m.  Utah Pride Festival, 451 S State St, Salt Lake City, An unforgettable evening of performances! We'll have a number of youth performers doing everything from drag to poetry! This is for youth ages 14-20. Please bring a government issued ID, a school ID, or we will ask for your birthday!

Sat-Sun June 1-2:

  • Utah Pride Festival 2019Washington Square Park, The Utah Pride Festival is a community event which features a broad spectrum of activities and entertainment. The 44th Utah Pride Festival will be held June 1st & 2nd, 2019 at Washington Square in downtown Salt Lake City. Pride 2019 is excited to offer additional celebratory events, diverse food and booth vendors, venue upgrades and excellent entertainment options! The Utah Pride Festival is a Program of the Utah Pride Center.

Saturday, June 1:

  •  Utah Pride Days - OUTdoors and Proud 5k9:00 a.m. Jordan Park, 1060 S 900 W. Salt Lake City, Join Utah Pride for our 3rd Annual OUTdoors and Proud Health Day in Jordan Park. In addition to the annual 5k, this Saturday morning event will include yoga and a sound bath in the Peace Gardens, a hip hop dance class, a Crossfit workout, a bicycle obstacle course for kids, stick horse barrel racing and more! Stay tuned to this event page for details on all activities.
  • Utah Pride Days - March & Rally, 12:00 p.m. Utah State Capitol, 350 N State St, Salt Lake City, Honoring the traditions of peaceful protest, visibility, and activism on which the Pride movement was founded, we will gather once again to exercise our right to free speech and to practice patriotism in the form of dissent. With strong commitment to social justice and in solidarity with those whose voices are often silenced, we will march for love, for social justice, for all. If you would like to speak at the Rally, please contact Jocelyn Johnson jocelynjohnson@utahpridecenter.org
  • Big Fat Gay Family Picnic, 1:00 p.m. Liberty Park, Meet at the Northeast corner of Liberty Park. Bring all your friends and a picnic lunch and let's celebrate Pride weekend together. Super kid friendly, let's see all those babies! We'll have a bunch of outside games to play, but feel free to bring your own! Don't forget a blanket or chairs to sit on. Hope to see you there!

Sunday June 2:

  •  Utah Pride Parade 2019Exist. Resist. Persist. Celebrating 50 Years of Stonewall, 10:00 a.m.  The ​Utah Pride Parade​ is an annual event of the ​Utah Pride Center​ whose mission is to unite, empower and celebrate Utah’s diverse LGBTQ+ community by providing a safe and welcoming space for education, partnerships, services and events which advance our collective health, wellness, and success.

Civic Engagement Resources:


RadioActive: November 15, 2018

PETA Founder Ingrid Newkirk, Millcreek Land Grabbing, Inland Port


RadioActive: May 10, 2018

YouthWorks Reports on Conservation Trip to Canyonlands, Utah School Walkout Gears Up for National Gun Violence Awareness Day, The Great Read, Digital Inclusion


RadioActive: January 11, 2018

RadioActive Listeners Give Us a Piece of Their Mind Air Quality, Inequality and Financial Uncertainty 


RadioActive: November 30, 2017

World AIDS Day, Utah AIDS Foundation, Women's Work with The Bee and Dr. Kristen Reis, Archiving the Stories of HIV/AIDS in Utah