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Citizen Revolt: Aug. 22

Help honor one of the early Latter-day Saint slaves in Utah. Learn how to help solve the city's housing and homeless problem. Plus, join the woman running from Bears Ears National Monument to the Capitol in celebration of healing and unity.

Citizen Revolt: Aug. 15

Help feed Salt Lake residents living in a food desert. Hear Sen. Mitt Romney make the case for conservatism. Plus, learn how you can help prevent violence through legislation.

Citizen Revolt: Aug. 8

Learn how you can help those affected by poverty in your community. Hear about the ongoing medical cannabis hurdles in Utah. Plus, attend the Women's Policy Conference.

Citizen Revolt: Aug. 22

Help honor one of the early Latter-day Saint slaves in Utah. Learn how to help solve the city's housing and homeless problem. Plus, join the woman running from Bears Ears National Monument to the Capitol in celebration of healing and unity.
Utah was not immune to the culture of slavery and now will honor one, named only Tom, with the unveiling of a grave marker.

Citizen Revolt: Aug. 1

Mingle with organizers of the Truth and Transparency Foundation. Support local nonprofits with KRCL. Plus, weigh in on Utah's new medical cannabis rules.

This year, the Sunstone Summer Symposium highlights the MormonLeaks and FaithLeaks where you'll hear from activists and learn about the vision for their future.

Citizen Revolt: July 25

Learn more about the risks of an inland port near the Great Salt Lake. Hear from local mayors on climate change. Plus, listen to the mayoral candidates' thoughts on our environment.
Find out what all the yelling was about, why the governor called it "borderline terrorism," and just what an inland port really is.

Citizen Revolt: July 18

Have your voice heard on the Uinta Basin Railway. Help migrant families in need. Plus, join the protest against animal cruelty at this year's Days of '47.

Can you say oil? Lots of it? The proposed Uinta Basin Railway oil train would quadruple oil extraction in the region with devastating side effects.

Citizen Revolt: July 11

More inland port meetings are coming. Fight for human rights and dignity. Plus, check out the latest mayoral debate.
With the port sited in the vulnerable Northwest Quadrant, it's important that the public check out the plans as they go forward.

Citizen Revolt: July 4

Hear from the mayoral candidates on is sues within the Muslim community. Learn about Utah's recent record number of officer-involved shootings. Plus, join a town hall to discuss the recent wave of social movements.

There is no lack of forums, debates and candidates for the upcoming Salt Lake City mayor's race.

Citizen Revolt: June 27

Hear from the Trib's Report for America team. Learn how to help Utahns in poverty. Plus, get familiar with nonviolent direct action.
Utah's a great place for families. Not so much for women, though.

Citizen Revolt: June 20

Learn how Salt Lake planners try to reuse old buildings. Help feed the city's hungry. Plus, you definitely want to tune into the upcoming mayoral debate.
The character and affordability of neighborhoods is waning. See how this can change.

Citizen Revolt: June 13

Learn about more oil in Utah. Hear about the state's housing plans. Plus, find out how a carbon tax can help our environment.

Now there's a plan to build a $1.5 billion rail line that would transport heavy crude from Utah to connections to the U.S. Gulf Coast.

Citizen Revolt: June 6

Help clean up your Wasatch Front. Learn how to talk effectively about climate change. Plus, hear from SLC's mayoral candidates on the west side's development.

You might live in a city, but you are surrounded by a fragile beauty in the mountains and hills that could be lost unless you help protect it.

Citizen Revolt: May 30

Join the rally downtown as Energy Secretary Rick Perry visits. Learn how to address violence around native populations. Plus, hear mayoral candidates share their thoughts on transportation.
Remember Rick Perry, the "oops" guy who couldn't remember the three government agencies he wanted to get rid of? He's coming to Utah.

Citizen Revolt: May 23

Check out a traveling 9/11 exhibit. Attend a Stonewall Riot documentary screening. Plus, learn some ins and outs of the country's budget.

9/11 was the horrific event that changed the course of the U.S. and arguably turned the tide toward a national paranoia and creeping xenophobia.

Citizen Revolt: May 16

Join a rally for the Ute Mountain Ute community in White Mesa. Learn about the Community Renewable Energy Act. Plus, listen to stories and solutions to homelessness.

In Utah, the health and well-being of Native Americans falls in the face of uranium development.

Citizen Revolt: May 9

Join the call for police reform. Learn how younger demographics can and should run for office. Plus, get tips on how to improve Salt Lake's environment.
We've all been told that the police are here to protect us, but too often, innocent people end up dead or injured because of reckless and poorly trained officers.

Citizen Revolt: May 2

Rally against attacks on immigration. Attend the vigil for murdered and missing indigenous women. Plus, voice your opinion on the Green New Deal.
On the day often dubbed International Workers Day, you can join those in building the movement for freedom and liberation.

Citizen Revolt: April 25

Take a stand against racism. Hear how poverty in 2019 is being felt across the nation. Plus, join those in the fight against the inland port.

The impact of institutional and structural racism can't be underestimated, though it is often hidden and subtle.

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