A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control shows a quarter of teen moms in Utah thought they couldn’t get pregnant and had trouble getting birth control. Coupled with increasing rates of chlamydia, gonorrhea and other sexually transmitted diseases, the new research raises questions about what Utah students are learning about sex. On Tuesday, we’ll talk about sex education in Utah.
- Laurie Baksh, Utah Dept. of Health
- Karrie Galloway, Planned Parenthood of Utah
- Lynn Beltran, STD/HIV program manager, Salt Lake Valley Health Dept.
The Trinity AME (African Methodist Episcopal) Church in Salt Lake City resides in a historic building on 600 South dating back to 1907. But the structure is showing its age, threatening the ability of the congregation to stay afloat.
- Rev. Nurjhan Govan, Trinity AME Church, Salt Lake City
- Alan Bachman, Salt Lake Interfaith Roundtable
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