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Citizen Revolt: July 19

Here's your chance to sit down with tribal leaders to hear the story of Bears Ears and why it is so deeply spiritual to Native Americans.

Citizen Revolt: July 12

Learn how to be a welcoming member of the city's refugees; attend the March For Our Lives town hall and get the inside scoop on November's four ballot initiatives.

Citizen Revolt: July 5 and Beyond

Help feed homeless youth, discuss our transportation's future and get to know your new neighbors with the Inn Between.

Citizen Revolt: June 28

Rally for families separated at the southern border, reach out to homeless teens and lend a helping hand to the other homeless this 4th of July.
The Families Belong Together Rally unites the country around a common message of inclusion and caring.

Citizen Revolt: June 21

Help pack snack and hygiene kits for Salt Lake area students; teens can join youth leadership and activism conference and stop by World Refugee Day at Fairmont Park.
Join United Way and volunteers around the country on a day to do good. This year, volunteers will pack snack and hygiene kits for students at all United Way of Salt Lake Community Schools.

Citizen Revolt: June 14

Have your voice heard about the pending inland port; learn how to help fight hunger and don't forget about the latest interim session.
The secretive Inland Port Authority will hold its first meeting, and still has no plans to engage the public.

Citizen Revolt: June 7

Join those standing up for children separated because of deportation; take part in a community iftar and learn more about the U.S.-North Korea relationship.
Whether you support deportation or not, you should stand up for the rights of families and recognize the inherent risks of separating children from their guardians.

Citizen Revolt: May 31

It's Pride Week so get to the march and rally at the Capitol; take a moment to stand against gun violence and hear stories about the internment of Japanese Americans at Topaz.
Take the whole week to celebrate gender diversity and acceptance, but for sure join Utah Pride Week—March & Rally at the Capitol in peaceful protest.

Citizen Revolt: May 24

Take action with the future of our Great Salt Lake!
Remember when you (or maybe your grandmother) used to swim in the Great Salt Lake?

Citizen Revolt: May 17

Speak out against the uranium mills in Southern Utah; celebrate equality and write a few letters to the editor about issues important to you.
With all the talk of nuclear holocaust, we rarely think of the issues right here. Let's talk about Utah uranium mills.

Citizen Revolt: May 10

Help elevate the voices in Utah's energy future; the Legislature's Interim Session is here and take action on the inland port.
There's been a lot of news about our energy future—how it's at risk and how it's adversely affecting our health. Now, you can hear what you can do to create a "renewable and regenerative future."

Citizen Revolt: May 3

Join in solidarity with migrant and undocumented mothers in Salt Lake; learn about threats to the Great Salt Lake and get registered to vote.
The community dinner kicks off a week of action in solidarity with all the migrant and undocumented mothers in Salt Lake.

Citizen Revolt: April 26

Learn the ins and outs of end-of-life care; take in the film 4 Corners and clean up the weeds at Red Butte Garden.
You don't like to think about it, but it's a fact—life ends. How it ends and how you deal with it depends on good communication and resources.

Citizen Revolt: April 19

In one week, you can change the world.
As refugees flee their war-torn countries, the United States has been alternately welcoming and dismissive.

Citizen Revolt: April 12

With all the fear-mongering in the nation, you might want to get to know the people who live nearby.

Citizen Revolt: April 5

The time for more women in office is now.
With half of the population female, women hold only 20 percent of Utah's legislative positions. No excuses.

Citizen Revolt: March 29

Learn about American public school students at risk; march against sexual violence and rally against police brutality.
The 3rd annual Breaking the Pipeline Symposium will look at what's happening to students today in an increasingly violent world.

Citizen Revolt: March 22

The national March For Our Lives event aims to capitalize on the student momentum encouraging actions against gun violence.
Follow in the students' footsteps and march for gun legislation; learn how Native Americans are being marginalized and bookend your legislative knowledge with wrap-up sessions.


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