Juneteenth is recognized as a state holiday or special day of observance in most states, including Utah. The holiday is also a time to reflect on the atrocities and inequalities that African Americans have faced throughout history and in the present day.
Utah Governor’s Native American Summit
17th Annual Governor's Native American Summit, Connecting Our Communities: Reverence for Our Elders, Our Youth, Ourselves, and Each Other. June 23, 2023, Utah Valley University, Sorenson Student Center.
June LitFlix Programming
Join UEN LitFlix for a month-long celebration of classic films showcasing the power of unity. Tune in every Friday at 8 p.m. on UEN-TV and check out our booklist for some great related reads!
PDTV: Digital Citizenship
Will Pettit a CTE teacher at Granite Park Junior High will share how he incorporates Digital Citizenship into his official curriculum and seamlessly integrates it into every class, using some of Utah's EdTech Competencies. 


Vingt Six Vingt Huit (Twenty-Six Twenty-Seven) - Join Erik Callender (The Reptile Guy) and friends to uncover the mystery of a blue-mouthed, red-eyed creature found in the most unlikely of places!


What's New In Aerospace: Sally Ride: Curating Her Life
To celebrate the acquisition of the Sally K. Ride Collection of personal possessions and papers, the National Air and Space Museum presents this...


Making Regalia
Juaquin gives step by step instructions on how to make a simple, decorative carry bag. Episode includes some basic sewing tips.

NHK World-Japan

Kanda - A Historic Town with Heart
Today the Kanda area in central Tokyo is a business district, but it has roots in the early days of the Edo period as a town of craftspeople and...