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SOLD OUT: September 18 — Wesley Morris — KUER & United Way Speakers Series

Wesley Morris
United Way of SLC


Join KUER's RadioWest and the United Way of Salt Lake City on Wednesday, September 18 at 7 p.m. at the S.J. Quinney Law School for the second installment in our Equality is Not Enough: Building Equitable Communities Speakers Series. RadioWest host Doug Fabrizio will interview the film and culture critic-at-large for The New York Times, 1619 Project contributor, and Still Processing podcast host Wesley Morris.

Ticket: $15

Purchase tickets here.

About the Speakers Series:

We live in a world that is fundamentally inequitable. The question is, with so much work to be done to address rampant inequities, where do we begin? We can start by including more voices in the conversations. We can unpack and disrupt traditional ways of thinking. We can challenge institutions and devise new ways of viewing our world. And we can cultivate opportunities that enable all of us to thrive. 

This year’s three-part Speaker Series includes scholar Geoffrey Canada (Aug 28), cultural critic Wesley Morris (Sept 18), and activist Brittany Packnett (Oct 23). Join us for three candid and focused discussions.

About Wesley Morris:

Wesley Morris is a critic-at-large at The New York Times and a staff writer at The New York Times Magazine, where he writes about popular culture and hosts the podcast “Still Processing,” with Jenna Wortham. For three years, he was a staff writer at Grantland, where he wrote about movies, television, and the role of style in professional sports, and co-hosted the podcast “Do You Like Prince Movies,” with Alex Pappademas. Before that, he spent 11 years as a film critic at The Boston Globe, where he won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for criticism. He lives in Brooklyn. NY.

Wednesday, September 18 at 7 p.m.

S.J. Quinney Law School, Moot Courtroom, 6th floor


Purchase tickets here.

Note: Doors will close promptly at 7 p.m. for audio recording. Please arrive early.

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