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Revolt & Defend

Important community events for March 24-April 31: Town Hall, Self-Defense class, Bystander Dilemma discussion

Gender Un-Bending

Gender Discrimination, Bears Ears, Climate Deniers and more

Walk in Her Shoes

A global fundraiser for women in poverty, Young Women's Leadership Summit, democracy discussion and more.

Citizen Revolt: Women's Week, Cannabis Panel and 'A Day Without a Woman' Strike

A celebration, a discussion and a strike.
Not sure that Washington is getting the message? Don't stop now. International Women's Day is an opportunity to make yourself heard ...

Utah Town Hall for All, Diversity Training and more

Despite a Republican letter putting a halt to those "violent" town halls, the Utah Town Hall for All presses on.

Health care dialogue, general strike and more

OK, this is getting serious. Anti-Trump activists are calling for a General Strike. You know the drill—buy nothing, protest everywhere and generally give the president the middle finger.

HOMELESSNESS PANEL, SYMPHONY FUNDRAISER, and more

Thousands of people are living on the streets in Utah, struggling to find work and housing. Many suffer from addiction and mental illness, and criminals often take advantage of their misfortune. Wondering whether Salt Lake City will ever manage the homelessness problem?

EDGY SOCIAL COMMENTARY, CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATION, and more

The new year has brought a plethora of bold and brazen opinions from the cheap seats. So why not listen to an acclaimed author and social critic talk about life as we know it?

HUMAN-TRAFFICKING AWARENESS

Did you know that 100,000-300,000 children are prostituted in America every year and many more are at risk? And it is happening in your own backyard.

DUGWAY OUTDOOR TESTING, Trump Protest, Clean Air Rally

While it's not exactly the Downwinders issue, outdoor testing surely affects the air you breathe. But let's give it a try. The public has a chance to hear all about the U.S. Army Dugway Proving Ground plans to conduct outdoor testing of small quantities of pharmaceuticals, "which pose an emerging threat to U.S. citizens and the Armed Forces," the public notice says.

Women’s Campaign Training, MLK Discussions and Local Arts Benefit

Get educated and involved in your community.
Real Women Run offers two sessions, with Celebrating the Political Kaleidoscope specifically aimed at diverse women candidates, where you can learn the numbers, the truths and fallacies, and get a look behind the scenes of a real campaign.

Earth2Trump Roadshow & Legislative Outlook Conference

Power to the people!
WSU's Small Business Development Center is hosting 1 Million Cups, an opportunity for entrepreneurs to present ideas to business leaders and receive feedback.

BUDDHIST CELEBRATION, NOON YEAR'S EVE, ADVOCACY TRAINING AND MORE...

So there's a good chance you're in need of some relaxation to clear away the negativities and obstacles of the past.

CHRISTMAS TREAT BOUTIQUE, BLOOD DRIVE, BOOK LAUNCH AND MORE

Expect sugar cookie kits, dessert cheese-balls, mini gingerbread cookie kits, chocolate-covered cherries and more from the cottage food establishment With Sugar on Top.

CELTIC HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS, ART AT THE MAIN HOLIDAY MART AND CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT FOR KIDS

This season, you can hear Utopia at the Cathedral Church of St. Mark bringing back Celtic favorites with songs and instrumentals from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Isle of Man and Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.

BOSNIAK MOSQUE OPEN HOUSE, FEMALE AMBASSADOR TO SPEAK, DANCE YOUR WAY THROUGH HISTORY, MAD-COOL SCIENCE

"This open house is for all people who are interested in finding more about other religions and ethnic groups," Imam Amir Salihovic says.

1940s Christmas Experience, Photo Editing in Lightroom, Health Care Conference

Small children are welcome if you call ahead, as Santa Claus is set to make an appearance at Christmas in the 1940s

Pro Wrestling for Charity, Luminaria and Human Rights Day

They are a professional wrestling company and a world leader in wrestling for charity.

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