Salt Lake City native Mickey Ibarra has had a long career in public service. As Director of Intergovernmental Affairs for the White House during the Clinton Administration, he was a liaison to mayors and governors across the nation from 1997 to 2001. Now, he’s donated a collection of papers chronicling his journey to the White House to the University of Utah’s Marriott Library.
- Mickey Ibarra
Then, a series of nondiscrimination ordinances passed by several Utah cities and counties have led some social conservatives to complain about infringement on religious liberties. But University of Utah law professor Clifford Rosky questions whether LGBT rights can only be gained at the expense of religious freedom, or if that conflict can be navigated. He’ll speak at Westminster College this Wednesday as part of the Bastian Foundation Diversity Lecture Series.
- Clifford Rosky, JD, Associate Professor of Law, University of Utah
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