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    • Citizen Revolt: Aug. 30
    • Citizen Revolt: Aug. 30

      Learn about the benefits of dark skies, embrace skateboard diplomacy and get the latest on Utah's nuclear threat.
        Did you try to see the latest meteor shower? It probably didn't end well because of the pervasive light pollution.
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    • War on ALEC
    • War on ALEC

      Meet, gather or swarm against ALEC
        LEC has invaded Salt Lake City, and if you’re interested in learning more about the shadowy reach of ...
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    • Armor for Dogs
    • Armor for Dogs

      Law dogs, health reform & ALEC
        This week, you can hit the links for a very special cause—raising money to help law enforcement buy armor for their canine units.
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    • Park Pals Needed
    • Park Pals Needed

      Bring a little love to Liberty Park
        This week, you can be a pal to your neighborhood park by volunteering to help maintain Salt Lake City’s Liberty Park. Later, check out the Redwood Road Farm, a new collaborative effort of nonprofits and local government
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    • Cold ALEC Welcome
    • Cold ALEC Welcome

      Join the anti-ALEC conference
        This week, the shadowy American Legislative Exchange Council hits Salt Lake City for its 39th-annual meeting, and local activists are hosting events to show the corporate-driven, law-sponsoring organization
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    • Running into the Future
    • Running into the Future

      Fun Runs, Reforms & Planning
        July is upon us, and that means it’s time for government planners to plan ahead for the next fiscal year. But before you embed yourself in a government committee room,
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    • Justice for Geist
    • Justice for Geist

        This weekend, animal lovers are rally-ing in support of Geist, a dog shot dead by a Salt Lake City police officer who was searching for a missing boy. Ogdenites won’t want to miss a hearing to a
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    • Rallies, Hearings & Legislation
    • Rallies, Hearings & Legislation

        This weekend, a gathering will take place outside the Saratoga Springs Police Department to demand answers and accountability for the police shooting of Darrien Hunt, a young black resident who died while dressed in a samurai costume.
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    • Of Annexation & Vapor
    • Of Annexation & Vapor

        On Thursday, the Sandy City Planning Commission will mull the pros and cons of roping into the city's borders tens of millions of dollars in real estate near the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon currently on Salt Lake County's tax rolls.
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    • Climate Hoopla
    • Climate Hoopla

        Before you spend Friday watching the Utah Utes men's basketball team beat the snot out of Duke, go check out a presentation at the U about catastrophic, human-herd-thinning climate events.
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    • DUGWAY OUTDOOR TESTING, Trump Protest, Clean Air Rally
    • 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.
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    • Women's Success Path
    • Women's Success Path

      Recovery Day Rally, Financial Literacy for Women of Color and more.
        There's been a lot of talk about the gender pay gap in the United States, but women across the world have a much harder path to professional acceptance.
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    • Meet The Candidates
    • Meet The Candidates

      Real Women Run, Million Mask March and more.
        This is not your mother's Meet the Candidates event.
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    • Breathe Clean Fest
    • Breathe Clean Fest

      Dark Skies Watch, Joe Hill Day and more.
        Everyone wants to breathe clean air and live in a healthy environment—but how?
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    • Citizen Revolt: Feb. 1
    • Citizen Revolt: Feb. 1

      Bury the Landfill meeting, Run for Air and Abortion Stories.
        Whoa! Do you remember when the Great Salt Lake was a dumping ground for human waste?
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    • Citizen Revolt: April 19
    • 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.
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    • Citizen Revolt: May 3
    • 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.
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    • Citizen Revolt: May 17
    • 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.
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    • Canine Vaccination
    • Canine Vaccination

      Inequality Event and Downtown Garden Stroll
        While humans are conflicted about vaccinations, the animal kingdom is good with it.
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    • Dog Days in the Desert
    • Dog Days in the Desert

        The pageantry and politics of the Utah Legislative session come to a close on March 12, and if you didn't have the chance to observe and participate in this process, you can still hike up the hill to see how the dust settles.
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    • Communities of Resistance
    • Communities of Resistance

        This week, activists will be hosting a crash course on how you can know your rights when dealing with police and even federal prosecutors looking to hammer you with a grand jury—like the one that put Utah animal-rights activist Jordan Halliday behind bars for 10 months because he wouldn't reveal information about other activists.
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