RealWomenRun Spring Training
Apr
22
8:30 am08:30

RealWomenRun Spring Training

  • Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute

Are you ready to get to work?
Tools and tips to get a campaign off the ground.

Saturday, April 22, 2017
8:30 AM to 2:00 PM

Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute
Thomas S. Monson Center
411 East South Temple
Salt Lake City

Registration Fee: $15, Lunch Included

Politisauce 2017
Apr
5
6:00 pm18:00

Politisauce 2017

  • The Rail Event Center

It is almost time for Politisauce 2017: The Rigatoni Resistance! Join your Salt Lake County Democratic Party at our annual pre-Convention pasta dinner fundraiser April 5 at the Rail Event Center.

Politisauce is always a fun, family friendly event to help raise funds for the upcoming year, especially the $6,000 it takes to put on our April 8 Organizing Convention at Granger High School.  We will have live music, a silent auction, guest speakers, and all your favorite local Democrats! Organizing the resistance this year is as important as ever!

We have TWO terrific guest speakers this year:

Chelsea Shields - Ted Fellow, Ph.D. candidate for Anthropology, and women's rights activist for religious gender inequality, particularly within the Mormon Church.

Sally Boynton Brown - Executive Director of the Idaho Democratic Party and third place finisher at this year's DNC Chair election.

Tickets and tables for the event may be purchased here: https://politisauce2017.eventbrite.com.  $50 for an individual ticket, $15 for children (12 and under), and $500 for a table of 8.  If you cannot attend but would like to contribute, please help out here: http://www.slcountydems.com/contribute/

And also RSVP on Facebook!

Join the Rigatoni Resistance!

 

Mar
30
7:00 pm19:00

Candidate Forum

  • Granger High School

Come hear from candidates for the Salt Lake County Democratic Party Executive Committee.  The Candidate Forum will take place at Granger High School in the auditorium after the Central Committee meeting.

Mar
30
6:30 pm18:30

Central Committee

  • Granger High School

Come at 6:30 PM to Salt Lake County Democrats 1st quarter Central Committee meeting at Granger High School.  The agenda includes approving the Delegate list and rules for County Convention the following week.  Registration begins at 6 PM.

Utah State Democratic Party Candidate Training
Mar
4
10:00 am10:00

Utah State Democratic Party Candidate Training

  • Utah Democratic Party HQ

The Utah Democratic Party is hosting its first candidate training of 2017! This training is for any candidates running for municipal offices in 2017 or considering running for any office in the future. All campaign managers, volunteers, or other campaign staffers are invited to attend - even if you don't know whose campaign you'll be working on yet.

The cost to attend this training is $10, and includes lunch and all training materials.

Topics covered will include:

Fundraising and Finance

Creating and Executing a Field Plan

Using Votebuider

Communications and Digital Messaging

Saturday, March 4, 2017
10am-4pm
Utah Democratic Party HQ
825 North 300 West, Suite C400
Salt Lake City, UT
84103
 

Meet the Muslims
Feb
24
7:30 pm19:30

Meet the Muslims

  • Utah Islamic Center

'Meet the Muslims' event is more popular than ever!:) The January event is RSVPed full so UIC is hosting another one on February 24th from 7:30-9:00pm.

Utah Islamic Center
235 West 9000 South
Sandy, Utah 84070

Please RSVP to meet your fellow Muslim community members as we engage in productive dialogue over refreshments.

You can RSVP at: https://www.facebook.com/events/590173911171423/ 

Word Warriors 2107
Feb
18
6:00 pm18:00

Word Warriors 2107

  • Art Access

BE A WORD WARRIOR - Sign up to speak at our link below:
https://goo.gl/YsHmsI

#WordWarriors2017 #SpeakYourTruth - Word warriors, confronting oppression with the power of expression. Presented by Peaceful Advocates for Native Dialogue and Organizing Support (PANDOS). This will be a platform for dialogue regarding colonialism, race, trauma, and gender for all peoples and the community as a whole. We seek to harness the alchemy of spoken word, transforming the vibrations of air into the golden power of awareness. 

PANDOS is excited to hear from any interested artists, you can present poetry, storytelling, and / or single instrument acoustic music. We will have food and beverages, crisis workers; there is no cost for this event but we will have a donations jar at our PANDOS sign-up table for those interested.

BE A WORD WARRIOR - Sign up to speak at our link below:
https://goo.gl/YsHmsI

Writing for Change: Letter Writing
Feb
18
10:00 am10:00

Writing for Change: Letter Writing


Saturday, February 18, 2017 @ 10AM
Salt Lake City Public Library
200 Easy 400 South


Join the Library and the SLCC Community Writing Center and learn techniques of writing for change through letters to editors and public officials. Come with a concern and stay to write a letter with the help of Community Writing Center writing coaches.

Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise Documentary
Feb
17
7:00 pm19:00

Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise Documentary

  • Salt Lake City Public Library

Join KUED Channel 7, the Sundance Institute, and The City Library for a free screening of the feature documentary Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise. This film celebration of singer, dancer, activist, and poet Dr. Maya Angelou takes viewers on an incredible journey through the life of a true American icon.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1531932003501443/ 

Two-Day Grant Writing Workshop (Part 2)
Feb
15
9:00 am09:00

Two-Day Grant Writing Workshop (Part 2)

  • Salt Lake City Public Library

Join the Library and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for a two-day, beginning workshop on grant writing. At the workshop, you'll gain a greater understanding of what it takes to create a competitive grant application for your organization. You'll also learn about common factors in grant proposals, working with partners, how to evaluate success, and more.

Registration for this workshop is required. To register, visit slcpl.org/grantwriting. If you have questions, please call 801-524-6076 or email pauline.zvonkovic@hud.gov. Time will be given during the workshop for lunch and breaks.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1003936093083328/ 

 

Two-Day Grant Writing Workshop (Part 1)
Feb
14
9:00 am09:00

Two-Day Grant Writing Workshop (Part 1)


Tuesday, February 14, 2017 @ 9am
Salt Lake City Public Library
200 East 400 South


Join the Library and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for a two-day, beginning workshop on grant writing. At the workshop, you'll gain a greater understanding of what it takes to create a competitive grant application for your organization. You'll also learn about common factors in grant proposals, working with partners, how to evaluate success, and more.

Registration for this workshop is required. To register, visit slcpl.org/grantwriting. If you have questions, please call 801-524-6076 or email pauline.zvonkovic@hud.gov. Time will be given during the workshop for lunch and breaks.

Cleve Jones: Human Rights Activist and Author
Feb
11
4:00 pm16:00

Cleve Jones: Human Rights Activist and Author


Saturday, February 11, 2017 @ 4PM
Salt Lake City Public Library
200 East 400 South


Join Equality Utah and The City Library for a conversation with Cleve Jones, an AIDS and LGBT activist and author of Stitching the Revolution and a new memoir titled When We Rise. During the event, Jones will sign copies of When We Rise, which will be available for purchase from the Friends of The City Library. Please register for this event at slcpl.org/clevejones

ABOUT CLEVE JONES
Cleve Jones is an American human rights activist, author and lecturer. Jones joined the gay liberation movement in the early 1970s, was mentored by pioneer LGBT activist Harvey Milk, and worked in Milk’s City Hall office as a student intern until Milk’s assassination in 1978. Jones co-founded the San Francisco AIDS Foundation in 1983 and founded The NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt, one of the world’s largest community arts projects, in 1987. His first book, Stitching a Revolution, was published by HarperCollins in 2000.

Jones was portrayed by Emile Hirsch in Gus Van Sant’s Oscar-winning film, MILK, and was the historical consultant for the production. Jones led the 2009 National March for Equality in Washington, DC and served on the Advisory Board of the American Foundation for Equal Rights, which challenged California’s Proposition 8 in the US Supreme Court.

Jones’ new memoir, When We Rise, was published by Hachette Book Group in November 2016. The ABC TV mini-series inspired in-part by stories from his book is currently in production with a screenplay by Academy Award winner Dustin Lance Black.

Jones lives today in San Francisco, California and works as an organizer for the hospitality workers’ union, UNITE HERE.

Writing for Change: Social Media
Feb
11
10:00 am10:00

Writing for Change: Social Media

  • Salt Lake City Public Library

Saturday, February 11, 2017 @ 10am
Salt Lake City Public Library
200 East 400 South
 

Social media is a common and effective tool for spreading ideas and opinions, but it can also create conflicts and problems. Join the Library and the SLCC Community Writing Center and learn how to best structure your social media posts to engage and persuade in a positive and productive way.Continental breakfast will be provided. 

ADDITIONAL UPCOMING WORKSHOP
Feb 18 · Writing for Change: Letter Writing
Learn techniques of writing for change through letters to editors and public officials. Come with a concern and stay to write a letter with the help of Community Writing Center writing coaches.

RISE: PAC Brunch with Cleve Jones
Feb
11
10:00 am10:00

RISE: PAC Brunch with Cleve Jones

Join Equality Utah's PAC board for the annual PAC Brunch! This year we are welcoming Cleve Jones as our keynote speaker. He’s a firebrand, a rebel and a world-class rabble-rouser. What more could you expect from a guy who was trained by Harvey Milk? 

We are bringing Cleve Jones back to Salt Lake City on February 11th. Tickets available now: equt.org/EUPACbrunch

Cleve's book, When We Rise, just released, chronicles losing his friend Harvey Milk to countless friends to the AIDS epidemic. He overcame these devastating losses to become a leader in our movement. Copies of When We Rise will be provided at the event, followed by a book signing.

Our current political climate requires all of us to stand and rise together. Join us for brunch and help us raise money to support fair-minded candidates in Utah. Let’s fire up the next phase of our movement. Rise! 

Presented by:
Jane & Tami Marquardt
Bruce Bastian
Donna & Michael Weinholtz

Sponsored by:
Wendy Matis
B. Rodney White & Michael P. Williams
Michelle Turpin Tax Attorneys

What: EU's PAC Brunch
When: 10-Noon on Feb. 11
Where: Red Butte Garden Orangerie, 300 Wakara Way, SLC UT

Tickets available now: equt.org/EUPACbrunch

2nd Annual Breaking the Pipeline Symposium
Feb
11
9:00 am09:00

2nd Annual Breaking the Pipeline Symposium

  • S.J. Quinney College of Law

MUST REGISTER at http://www.raciallyjustutah.org/events--actions.html

If the fee is a problem please email raciallyjustutah@gmail.com who can provide you with a discount. 

Learn how recent and upcoming reforms impact the School-to-prison pipleline-a troubling trend where vulnerable students are pushed out of school and put at high risk of entering the adult or juvenile justice system.

Hear from Rep. Hollins about her School Resource Officer bills, from Restorative Justice experts, from Anna Thomas of the ACLU of Utah about the upcoming juvenile justice reforms, and more!

Also, get the first look at a report on racial disparities in our juvenile justice system.

Clean Air, Clean Energy, No Excuses Rally - PROVO
Feb
4
12:00 pm12:00

Clean Air, Clean Energy, No Excuses Rally - PROVO

  • 51 South University Avenue Provo, UT, 84601 United States

WHAT:
The first ever Utah County "Clean Air, Clean Energy, No Excuses" Rally. This historic, free, public event will include noted speakers representing the public-health, business, spiritual, Native American and environmental-advocacy communities, plus live music. We all contribute to and are harmed by air pollution. It's time to FIX Utah's dirty air problem, not offer more excuses.

WHY:
Everyone, including the unborn, depends on clean, safe air for good heath. Yet carbon energy (mainly coal, oil and gas) that powers our vehicles, homes and businesses produces harmful pollutants that damage our health, shorten our lives, shroud our beautiful landscapes, damage our economy and imperil the planet.

The prime responsibility of government is to protect the health and safety of its citizens. Our elected leaders must legislate effective changes that will protect our health and move Utah away from its heavy reliance on dirty, harmful, polluting, carbon-based energy and toward clean, safe, non-polluting, renewable energy, such as the sun and the wind. It's the right, moral and responsible thing to do.

So RALLY to demand that our state and federal elected leaders stop kicking clean air and clean energy down the road. It’s time to FIX our dirty air, dirty energy problem, not offer excuses!

WHO:
The rally is hosted by the Utah Valley Earth Forum, Utah Valley's independent environmental-advocacy organization since 2006. Rally partners include the Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment, HEAL Utah, Utah Moms for Clean Air, Citizens Climate Lobby, BYU Earth Stewardship and the UVU Green Club.

ACTIONS:
• Share this EVENT with everyone.
• RSVP at Rally@UVEF.org
• ATTEND THE RALLY and bring family and friends.
• Bring face masks and signs demanding clean air and clean energy now!
• Join the UVEF. Membership is $10 per calendar year or $5 for students and seniors. Contributions are welcome.


Musical performances by:
Stefania Barr of Shrink the Giant
Michael Radford of City of Salt

© 2016/2017 UVEF
photos © JNWestwater

WDC Issues and Actions Lunch
Feb
4
11:30 am11:30

WDC Issues and Actions Lunch

  • Hotel RL by Red Lion

Topic: We Deserve Clean Air!

Join us for our monthly luncheon, February 4th, 2017
Registration opens at 11:00 AM, lunch at 11:30

The WDC luncheon will be discussing legislation to fix the poor air quality in Utah.

Representative Patrice Arent, House District 36, will be discussing the clean air bills she is sponsoring and how we can take action in our own communities to create change and get breathable air for all Utahans!

Matt Pacenza, Executive Director of HEAL Utah, a non-profit that promotes renewable energy, public health and clean air, will come tell us about their organization and programs/events they're sponsoring in 2017.

To RSVP, reply to this email or call Nancy at 801-502-2167, by February 2. 

Grant-Writing Basics
Feb
3
10:00 am10:00

Grant-Writing Basics

  • SLCC Community Writing Center

4-part workshop
Feb. 3, 10, 17, and 24 (F), 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Do you need money for your project or nonprofit program but don’t know where to start? Government and private funding organizations often have money to give and only require that you make a persuasive case. Join the SLCC Community Writing Center for an interactive workshop on the basics of grant writing.

Community Lobby Training - Equality Utah, PPAC, and ACLU
Feb
1
6:00 pm18:00

Community Lobby Training - Equality Utah, PPAC, and ACLU

  • Salt Lake City Public Library

Are you interested in finding out more about how the Utah Legislature works? Are you interested in being a community advocate but don’t know how to get involved? 

Get updates about potential upcoming legislation related to civil liberties, reproductive freedom, and equality!

Our presenters will also share tips on how to be engaged in the legislative process and ensure that our voices are heard throughout the legislative session.

Learn how to be an effective advocate!

Wednesday, February 1, 2017
6pm-9pm
Salt Lake City Public Library
200 East 400 South

 

Hosted by Equality Utah, Planned Parenthood Action Council, and the ACLU of Utah.  

Filing Period for SLCounty Democratic Party Organizing Convention Elections
Feb
1
Mar 9

Filing Period for SLCounty Democratic Party Organizing Convention Elections

NOW IS YOUR TIME TO LEAD!

Have you ever wanted to be a change maker?  Have you thought about running for an elected office but didn't know where to start?  Do you want to advocate for Democratic values and issues?  

If you answered yes to any of these questions, NOW IS THE TIME TO RUN FOR PARTY LEADERSHIP at the Salt Lake County Democratic Party Organizing Convention. CLICK HERE for more information on roles and responsibilities.   

Filing for Executive Committee and Legislative House District Officers will be open from February 1 - March 9.  

The Salt Lake County Democratic Party Organizing Convention will be held on Saturday, April 8.  

LDS Earth Stewardship's Launch of Salt Lake City Group
Jan
31
7:00 pm19:00

LDS Earth Stewardship's Launch of Salt Lake City Group

  • Salt Lake City Public Library

If you live in Salt Lake City or nearby, we hope you will join us for the launch of LDS Earth Stewardship's Salt Lake City group. 

On January 31, earth stewards across the country will watch a video of Elder Marcus Nash’s address, “Righteous Dominion and Compassion for the Earth,” one of the Church’s most comprehensive statements regarding LDS faith and the environment. 

In Salt Lake City, this event, (in Conference Room 4 on the fourth floor of the at the main library), and mark the launch of the newly-formed Salt Lake City group. Discussion, mingling, and light refreshments will follow. We look forward to watching this group grow and hope it becomes a cornerstone of our organization.

If you live in or near Salt Lake City though, please join us! Also, please share the invite with those who might be interested!

https://www.facebook.com/events/867225026751103/

Green Lobby Night
Jan
31
6:00 pm18:00

Green Lobby Night

  • Utah State Capital

The Utah State Legislature starts the 2017 legislative session on January 23. We have been looking at the bills slated to be introduced this session and it’s no surprise we’ve noticed a couple bad eggs. That’s where you come in. People power is back on the agenda at the Utah Capitol!

Join the Utah Chapter and the Utah Rivers Council on Tuesday, January 31, at 6 pm, in the Centennial Room in the Utah Capitol (350 North State St) for our annual Green Lobby Night. 

Who:Utah Sierra Club and the Utah Rivers Council
What:Green Lobby Night
When:Tuesday, January 31, 6:00 pm
Where: The Centennial Room, Utah Capitol, 350 North State Street

We’ll discuss the dos and don’ts of lobbying your senator and representatives and highlight some of the critical bills affecting the environment that will come before the legislature in 2017, such as attacks on solar energy, funding for boondoggle water pipelines and attempts to take away Salt Lake City’s ability to protect its watershed.

We all know what can happen when people don’t engage in our political process. Don’t let Utah be at the mercy of paid lobbyists and special interests. Join us on Capitol Hill Tuesday, January 31 to learn how you can have an impact as a citizen lobbyist.

The Utah Legislature works for the people. Let’s put them to work!

Sexual Violence Citizen Advocacy Training 2017
Jan
30
8:00 am08:00

Sexual Violence Citizen Advocacy Training 2017


Monday, January 30, 2017 @ 8am
Utah State Capitol, Senate Office Building, Olmstead Room
350 North State Street
Free educational event offered by the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA)

Are you interested in finding out more about how the Utah Legislature works? Are you interested in advocating for public policies to address sexual violence but don't know how to get involved? Attend our upcoming and get the answers to these and many other questions.

Attendees will get updates about upcoming legislation related to sexual violence! Our presenters will also share tips on how to contact elected officials and how citizens can ensure that their voices are heard throughout the legislative session.

8:00 to 8:30 - Networking / Refreshments
8:30 to 9:30 - Sexual Violence Basics / Lobbying Overview
9:30 to 10:00 - 2017 Session Preview / Issues & Trends
10:00 to 11:00 - Capitol Tour and contacting legislators

This event is free and open to the public but an RSVP is required. Light refreshments will be provided.

Utah Clean Air Fair 2017
Jan
28
11:00 am11:00

Utah Clean Air Fair 2017

  • Trolley Square

4TH ANNUAL UTAH CLEAN AIR FAIR presented by CATALYST MAGAZINE

11am to 4pm // Saturday January 28th // Trolley Square (south entrance and inside Weller Book Works)

Fresh Ideas for Fresh Air. Leave with Pollution Solutions. 

Bike Valet by the Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective. Please ride your bikes!

How do we clean our air? 

Please invite your friends to get everyone involved in the answer. 

The Fourth Annual Clean Air Fair's mission is amplify communal engagement and empowerment, spread awareness on our unique air issues, and create an environment for family fun. 

Each booth will have an educational game. For each game you win or participate in, you will be rewarded a ticket that you can redeem for awesome prizes. (Imagine Chuck-E-Cheese) 

AT THE FAIR: 
Native American Opening Ceremony by Pandos
Ecstatic Dance
Organizations working on current solutions
Live Local Music
Utah Artist Displays & Booths
PechaKucha Talks
Alternative Energy Solutions
Bike Rallys to the Fair
Re-Skilling workshops
Family Games
Fun Activities
Prizes
Electric Car and Bike Show

To share an idea or to get involved click here:
https://goo.gl/forms/pKd5wVu7FCvAw7Fk1

This event came out of an “Idea Silo" in 2013, hosted by Revolution United. Now the torch has been passed on to Catalyst Magazine, a local 501(c)3 organization. 

A random group of passionate citizens collectively voted on the Utah Clean Air Fair as the most viable project to impact Utah’s air quality.

It is now a collective impact project involving multiple individuals, organizations and businesses that are all passionate about Salt Lake

PARTNERS
Utah Clean Air Partnership - UCAIR
Auric Solar
Nate Wade Subaru
Weller Book Works
Blue Monkey Electric Bicycles
Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective
KRCL 90.9FM
Tim Dahle Nissan Murray

PARTICIPANTS
Alpenglow Solar + Electric
Coffee Connection
Hybrid Light
Cactus & Tropicals
Rocky Mountain Renewable Energy
Utah Clean Energy
Momentum Recycling
Time Out
Sunzeecar
SolarCity
Breathe Utah
Citizens Climate Lobby - Salt Lake City
Elders Rising
SLC Bike Share
GROW soil to soul
HEAL Utah
Lee Shuster - Plug-In Hybrid Car
MESA's Utah Clean Air Initiative
Salt Lake County Bicycle Ambassadors
Utah Chapter Sierra Club
Salt Lake City Green
Transition Salt Lake
Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment
Utah Moms for Clean Air
U of U Sustainability Office - http://sustainability.utah.edu/
SLC Air Protectors
PANDOS
First Unitarian Church Choir Solar Lights
Wasatch Cooperative Market
Richard Anderton - Making Rain Barrels
Chris Erickson - Contact Your Public Officials

INSIDE WELLER BOOK WORKS: 
(huge thanks to Tony, Cat and Lane from Weller Book Works and all of these talented artists for donating their time, space and talents for the air we breathe!)
10:15 - 11:15 Ecstatic Dance, DJ Neptune from Nevada City
11:15 - Native American Opening Ceremony by PANDOS
11:30 - Michael Cundick | SLC Air Protectors/Artists for Local Agriculture
11:37 - Denni Cawley | Utah Physicians for Healthy Environment
11:43 - Myron Willson | University of Utah Office of Sustainability
11:50 - Tiffany Ivins | Redfish Builders ("Zenith 1" Net-Zero Development)
12:00 - Shooting Stars
1:00 - Rebeca Mae
1:15 - Kari Lindsey Berry
1:30 - Shanin Blake
2:30 - Cherise Udell | Utah Moms for Clean Air
2:37 - Heather Dove | Great Salt Lake Audubon
2:43 - Roger Borgenicht | Utahns for Better Transportation
2:50 - Joey Geurts | Blue Monkey Bicycles (Electric Bikes)
3:00 - Michael Cundick

ARTIST DISPLAYS:
(whatever you do, apply it to something bigger)

Roe v. Wade Anniversary Celebration
Jan
27
7:00 pm19:00

Roe v. Wade Anniversary Celebration

Join Planned Parenthood Association of Utah, Performance poet and activist Sonya Renee, and singer-songwriter Be Steadwell as we celebrate the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark supreme court decision that secured abortion rights in the United States. We want to celebrate the rights we have and send a clear message that #WeWontGoBack

Celebration includes live performances, dancing, light food, and drinks. Tickets are $20. CLICK LINK ABOVE TO PURCHASE. Dress code: Your body, your choice! Due to the possible mature subject matter, we ask that all attendees be 16 years or older.

All proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood Association of Utah. 

More about Sonya Renne: http://www.sonya-renee.com/
More about Be Steadwell: http://www.besteadwell.com/

Stalking and Sexual Violence
Jan
26
6:30 pm18:30

Stalking and Sexual Violence

  • Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Join the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA) for the second event of our new professional development and networking event series. This course will provide an overview of the close relationship between stalking and sexual violence

Anyone wishing to learn more about stalking is invited to take this certificate course. This hour-long course will provide background and information to help participants understand the relationship between stalking and sexual violence. 

This initial course will be offered at no cost to participants. Participants will receive 1 Hour of training and a certificate of attendance. Light refreshments will be served to attendees. 

Below is an outline of the evening's events:

6:30pm to 7pm - Networking and mingling.
7pm to 8pm - Stalking and Sexual Violence Course
8pm to 8:30pm - Question and Answer session.
8:30 to 9pm - Networking and mingling. 

This event is free and open to the public but RSVP is required. Those with questions should contact the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA) at (801) 746-0404 or info@ucasa.org.

Women's March: SEND POSTCARDS TO SENATORS
Jan
26
6:00 pm18:00

Women's March: SEND POSTCARDS TO SENATORS

  • Diabolical Records

As a follow up to the Women's March, we will be joining the 10 Actions in 100 Days Campaign starting with Action One: Writing to Senators.

We invite you to join us in creating postcards letting our Senators know what issues we find most important and encourage that everyone follow up this event with phone calls to their Senators.

Create at home, in a coffee shop or join us at Diabolical Records! We will post up there with some blank postcards and a dropoff box to mail them. 

Here is the contact information for Utah's Senators:

Mike Lee
361a Russell Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510
@SenMikeLee
202-224-5444

Orrin Hatch
104 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510
@SenOrrinHatch
202-224-5251

For more information on this campaign visit: https://www.womensmarch.com/100/

For more information regarding women's issues in Utah and to track bills and actions concerning such issues, visit: https://utahwomenunite.com/