How segregated is Salt Lake City? Does it have to remain that way? Can access to opportunity be made more equal?
You are invited to a discussion about whether Salt Lake City’s new responsibility to affirmatively further fair housing can help make our city more inclusive and fair for all city residents on Wednesday, June 1st, at 3:00 PM a the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City. More details here.
Representative Sandra Hollins
City Council Member Derek Kitchen
David Litvack, Deputy Chief of Staff, Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office
James Wood, Ivory Boyer Senior Fellow, Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at The University of Utah
Saturday, MAY 14 -- Postal Carriers Drive
Crossroads is deeply grateful to be a distribution site benefiting from the Postal Carriers' Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive once again. Thank you to the incredible volunteers who made the movement of the food possible, to the postal carriers for selflessly adding work to their load and to the generous community. This year we received 13,130 pounds of food, an increase of 2,704 pounds from last year!! Our 33 volunteers generously donated over 118 hours of their time! This food allows us to continue supporting our neighbors in need. We cannot thank you enough!