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Citizen Revolt: Apr. 2

Feeding Utah, Port Strategizing, Got Earthquake Photos

Citizen Revolt: Mar. 26

Blood drive, School lunch, Help during the pandemic.

Citizen Revolt: Mar. 19

CANCELED!, PROTEST, SAY WHAT?, MAKE SURE HER HEART DOESN'T GO ON

Citizen Revolt: Apr. 2

Feeding Utah, Port Strategizing, Got Earthquake Photos
FEEDING UTAH COVID-19 is scaring away volunteers during a time of crisis, but you can help. The Utah Food Bank lost 150 volunteers in one day because large groups have stopped going as they adhere to social-distancing guidelines.

Citizen Revolt: Mar. 12

How about that christianity?, Inland Port still a thing?, Living on a hot tin roof.
In God We Trust? The Changing Nature of Christianity in America will help you understand why more and more people identify as spiritual but not religious.

Citizen Revolt: Mar. 5

Prisoner protest, Girls who code, Clean air fair.
A recent state audit targeted poor practices in jails by the Department of Corrections, but did not address complaints from the Utah Prisoner Advocate Network.

Citizen Revolt: Feb. 27

Rally for better education support in Utah. Submit your comments on transportation in our canyons. Plus, learn about the often forgotten indigenous women in our state.
Ah, Utah—the state that likes to say we do more with less for our children.

Citizen Revolt: Feb. 20

Attend a panel hosted by U.S. Rep. Ben McAdams on the cost of prescription drugs. It's time yet again to share your thoughts on congestion in our canyons. Plus, hear about the history behind the Census.
Things are so bad the government here is sending workers to Mexico to buy prescription drugs.

Citizen Revolt: Feb. 13

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote. Rally against gun violence. Plus, hear ideas on how to solve the city's housing problems.
It's been 100 years since women won the right to vote.

Citizen Revolt: Feb. 6

This week, it's time to get political, get registered to vote and learn about women's history of voting rights.
You know how you hear people say they don't like politics? Well, they might not want to like it, but it's unavoidable.

Citizen Revolt: Jan. 30

Attend a bootcamp to bring you up to speed on the legislative session. Learn how to become an active air-quality citizen. Plus, rally at the Capitol in opposition to the inland port.
The 2020 Legislature is about to erupt with its usual hidden agendas, longwinded testimonials and last-minute legislation.

Citizen Revolt: Jan. 23

Join others to remember the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Rally against the potential for a war with Iran. Plus, make your voice heard regarding this year's ERA push.
"If there is no struggle, there is no progress."

Citizen Revolt: Jan. 16

Join others in rallying for clean air. March in memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plus, learn about what anti-Semitism is in a modern context.
Clean air advocates, indigenous leaders, and local food advocates will rally for a healthy environment.

Citizen Revolt: Jan. 9

Hear from lawmakers about legislation planned for this year's session. Learn how to effectively advocate for your desired legislation. Plus, help encourage development of solar energy.
Here's a chance to hear legislators from both sides of the aisle weigh in on the upcoming 2020 Legislative session.

Citizen Revolt: Jan. 2

Join others in a rally for housing and helping shelter the homeless. Learn how you can be an advocate for women's rights at the Legislature. Plus, help drive change for the future of our climate.
It's no secret that the state's largest homeless shelter has been shut down. But many people living on the streets have been unable to find or gain beds at the satellite shelters.

Citizen Revolt: Dec. 26

Share some love this holiday season. Join others to write to your members of Congress. Plus, learn easy ways to avoid scammers and protect your identity.
Don't be lonely this holiday season. Hug it out.

Citizen Revolt: Dec. 19

Join fellow politicos in watching the sixth Democratic presidential debate. Discuss how to talk to lawmakers effectively about climate change. Plus, learn how to help victims of domestic violence.
If you knew that Sen. Kamala Harris is out of the raceand Marianne Williamson was in town, it might mean you're interested in—you know—politics.

Citizen Revolt: Dec. 12

Donate to those in need this holiday season. Learn how to be a part of successful social justice. Plus, help remember those who died on Salt Lake City streets in 2019.
The diving temperatures and lack of support systems make it all the more difficult for low-income and homeless people who struggle especially in the cold weather.

Citizen Revolt: Dec. 5

Join a discussion to dispel myths about the 2020 Census. Strike at the Capitol in the name of climate change. Plus, hear from local writers demanding action on the environment.
The 2020 Census is going to be challenging not only because of the numbers, but because the politics are blocking the way.

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