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"Will Work For Rights: Utah’s Debate about LGBT Employment and Housing Equality"

4/19/2011

The University of Utah Forensics Team is pleased to host High Road for Human Rights, Equality Utah, the Eagle Forum and others in a public debate on the controversial question of LGBT employment and housing rights in Utah.

What:
University of Utah Public Debate “Will Work For Rights”
Who:
High Road for Human Rights, Equality Utah, Eagle Forum and others
When:
Tuesday, April 19, 2011 7:00-9:30 PM
Where:
Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Auditorium on the University of Utah Campus

Opening statements will be followed by a pre-determined public question and answer session and closing statements. To submit questions for the public question and answer session send an email to willworkforrights@gmail.com with your question, name and town. In addition, the University of Utah Forensics Team will be conducting a demonstration debate on the resolution, “The Utah State Legislature should pass a statewide housing and employment non-discrimination bill.”

The event is free and open to the public.

The University of Utah Forensics Team recently hosted Governor Gary Herbert and Democratic opponent Mayor Peter Corroon in their final 2010 gubernatorial election debate. The gubernatorial debate was attended by several hundred students, faculty, and community members.

For additional information, please contact Nick Russell (n.russell@utah.edu) or Michael Middleton (m.middleton@utah.edu)

Watch the debate here.

Last Updated: 8/21/17