KUED explores the changing landscape of Utah's population in a program that takes an uplifting, celebratory look at the many layers of local diversity, with emphasis on race/ethnicity, religion, and age.
Release date: Monday, March 3rd, 2003
As part of its Many Faces, Many Voices diversity campaign, KUED-Channel 7 presents a new half-hour exploration of the changing landscape of Utah's population. Created by Colleen Casto and co-producer Elizabeth Southwell, in 1992,The Faces of Utah takes an uplifting, celebratory look at the many layers of local diversity, with emphasis on race/ethnicity, religion, and age. Taking viewers across the Wasatch Front, the program visits a Spanish Fork Hare Krishna temple and the Japanese Church of Christ in Salt Lake City to explore religious diversity; travels to Davis County's Antelope Elementary to find diversity education; meets with the elderly at the Olympus Hills Senior Center; learns how to tackle prejudice at Camp Anytown in Ogden Canyon; and talks with Hispanic Utahns about what it's like to be part of the largest ethnic minority group in the state.
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