You Have the Right to Clean Water: The Battle Cry of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

You Have the Right to Clean Water: The Battle Cry...
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Changing the world is a long and drawn-out process. When those in power refuse to build a better society, this duty falls on everyday folks like you and me. … read more

Stand For Queer Lives: An Interview with Adrian Romero

Stand For Queer Lives: An Interview with Adrian Romero
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In January of 2015, Adrian founded the group Stand for Queer Lives, a support and activist group dedicated to aiding the lives of LGBTQ+ people. … read more

Rally at the Capitol: Stand with Planned Parenthood Official Press Conference

Rally at the Capitol: Stand with Planned Parenthood Official Press...
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On Tuesday, Aug. 24, Planned Parenthood advocates and supporters met at the capitol for an official press conference and rally as a response to Governor Gary Herbert’s Aug. 14 announcement. … read more

Showdown for Senate: Pete Ashdown Challenges Orrin Hatch … Will He Become Utah’s Next Senator Elect?

Showdown for Senate: Pete Ashdown Challenges Orrin Hatch … Will...

Pete Ashdown (courtesy of myspace.com/peteashdown) The state of the nation is very grave as our “president” continues behaving like a buffoon. Senator Orrin Hatch (R Utah) pretends to oppose the

From Water Tower to Wind Power

From Water Tower to Wind Power
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Trolley Square has become one of the finest examples that can be found in Salt Lake City of rebirth, or bringing the new and the old together to create something amazing. … read more

BEGging For Change: An Interview with Rory Freedman

BEGging For Change: An Interview with Rory Freedman
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It was only a matter of time until Rory Freedman, a longtime vegan and co-author of Skinny Bitch, wrote BEG, a straightforward book about our weird relationship with animals.  … read more

Fighting Back at Black Friday

Fighting Back at Black Friday
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Vancouver illustrator/cartoonist Ted Dave first conceived Buy Nothing Day in 1992.  According to him, the idea occurred while working a routine 40-hour-a-week job in a downtown Vancouver office.  “I was coming away at the end of the day and saying, ‘oh my god I just spent ten dollars on coffee and muffins again. What’s the matter with me?'” … read more