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... ranking of Salt Lake City #7 in the top 10 gayest cities. This may seem surprising because Utah is one of the most conservative states in the country. However, the State recently passed a law prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in employment and public accommodation, the first state to do so since 2007. The majority of states still do not have such laws on the books.
We also learn that the International Rescue Committee ...
... The majority of men wear suits, even in casual mode, and everyone smiles at you. It's a bit disconcerting at first. There is one thing however they don't seem to be able to control ....the large number of homeless who are on every street corner and Mall. SLCs neighbours - Vegas, LA and Denver all bus theirs to SLC and leave them there, where they are fed, not by the Mormons but by the Catholic Church. There are 'No Panhandling' signs everywhere, this apparently means 'No ...
... of Babylon, and on and on. She has been nominated for seven Emmy Awards)
I’ve added in only parts of their bios as few of us realized how much each woman has actually accomplished – no slouches here!!!!
Among many other topics they all discussed humor and even shock and how each adds, bends, bonds and shapes us – even change us. They also ...
... who encouraged us to never give up. Connie Lindsey introduced the new National Board and the new President. Anna Maria Chavez spoke to all of us about how great convention was for her personally. The Young Women of Distinction were inspiring and intimidating. Their projects inspired me to go beyond my own limits and push myself. In closing, a young girl sang Alicia Key's "Girl On Fire" and was amazing. I am ...
... sides. Many of these rocks are still poised atop in precarious postures, threatening to fall, but balancing ever so delicately above the ground. Occasionally there is a rock that is so big, you have to figure that when it fell, maybe 50, maybe a hundred years ago, it caused a minor earthquake to the area around it.
Suddenly these mesas turned a brilliant brick red, and posed against the blue sky, they are beautiful to look at, with ...