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Feedback from May 12 and Beyond

Citizen Revolt: Week of May 19

Primary Election Forums, Plan for the Watershed, Rethink Your Landscape, Check Out Central City

Citizen Revolt: Week of May 12

Keep Roe-Ing, Identity in Schools, Help Plan Northpoint, Universal Voting

Citizen Revolt: Week of May 19

Primary Election Forums, Plan for the Watershed, Rethink Your Landscape, Check Out Central City
Want to know what your state representatives think about the Big Three—hunger, housing and homelessness?

Citizen Revolt: Week of May 5

Affordable Housing, Where There's Smoke, Lessons From Ben Franklin, Unlikely Environmentalist
Do you know what "adaptive reuse" means? It's an important concept in the post-pandemic world where we face a troubling shortage of housing.

Citizen Revolt: Week of April 28

How About That Big Lie?, Preservation or Not Day, Get Involved, Damn It!
In Georgia, they're asking that very question of Marjorie Taylor Greene and whether her embrace of the Big Lie that the election was stolen means she can't run again for office.

Citizen Revolt: Week of April 21

Gun Violence and Women, Truth and Lies, Earth Day Cleanup, Wear Denim
America loves its guns. But its women? Not so much.

Citizen Revolt: Week of April 14

Dark Skies ... Sort Of?, The Plan After Prison, Climate Change Challenge.
Did you know that Salt Lake City is considering ways to promote dark skies?

Citizen Revolt: Week of April 7

Ending the Food Tax, Carbon-Neutral Cities, Racism—It's No Joke, How Ukraine Came to War.
Despite widespread support for ending the state sales tax on food, guess what the Legislature did? Nothing.

Citizen Revolt: Week of March 31

Trans Visibility, Sensuality and Resilience, Pets Have Needs, Too, About Those Sanctions?, Deadline to Go Republican
On this annual awareness day for transgender communities, it's a good time to check in and process all that's been happening.

Citizen Revolt: Week of March 24

March for Trans, Law and the Environment, White Supremacy and White Women, Stopping AAPI Hate
What do you think about the Legislature trying to ban trans athletes or judge them based on physical characteristics?

Citizen Revolt: Week of March 17

Never Say Never, How About That Energy?, Caucus Night for Dems, Youth in the Pandemic
In a salute to Women's History Month, Striving for Equality & the ERA will show us just how far we haven't come.

Citizen Revolt: Week of March 10

What Did They Do Us?, From the Cheap Seats, The Perfect Body, Inland Port Keeps Going
The Legislature has thankfully adjourned after 45 days of rushing to make laws, some of which stomp on freedoms and punish the innocent. Of course, there are others that might have some worth.

Citizen Revolt: Week of March 3

Save the Prison Chapel, Get Your Home Tested, Keep Up on Political News
Beyond the call for affordable housing, there is an urgency among developers to stuff their pocketbooks during this frenzied development period.

Citizen Revolt: Week of February 24

Be a Delegate, The Trains Are Coming, Mental Health in Society
Want to make a difference in Utah politics? In case you didn't know, it's dominated by a small group of passionate activists.

Citizen Revolt: Week of February 17

Save the Vote, Say 'No' to the Gas Station, Not In My 'Hood
Even in red Utah, the conspiracists have come out to attack the vote.

Citizen Revolt: Week of February 10

What's Making Us Sick?, Deliver Food to Those in Need, Diverse Roles Lacking for Black Males, Do You Believe In History?
No, we don't have universal health care, so it's all up to you.

Citizen Revolt: Week of February 03

In Your Face, Neighborhood Boost Grant, Relaunch Your Career, Design the Future
What is it like to try to make a difference in a marginalized community?

Citizen Revolt: Week of January 27

HIV and COVID, Power of Belonging, You're in Session, Anger and Shame
At An Evening With Dr. Angela Dunn, you'll hear what Salt Lake County's health department director thinks of drawing parallels between HIV and COVID-19—the epidemic and the pandemic.

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