LET'S GET EMPOWERED!
We ALL have the power to make a difference: in our own lives, in our families, and in our communities. Let’s come together to learn how to better use our power to create a brighter and safer future, free from the effects of pornography. Don’t miss this exceptional day of insight and community.
Join us on February 23, 2019 for a full day of learning together!
What is a UCAP Conference Like?
Wondering what it’s all about? Watch highlights from our past conferences and find out that it’s for people just like you who want to learn more about this critical social issue. Come and be part of our next event.
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Opening Keynote Speaker:
General Manager, Kansas City Royals
Why We Decided to Speak to Our Players About Pornography
You might have seen Dayton Moore in the news. In 2018 he became one of the first professional sports general managers to openly talk to his team and management staff about the harmful effects of pornography. We are excited to have Dayton share his experiences with us on how and why he took such a powerful stance!
Moore is in his 13th full season with the Kansas City Royals, being named Senior Vice President-Baseball Operations/General Manager in 2006. In 2015 the Royals bested the New York Mets in five games to win the franchise’s first World Series championship in 30 years.
Dayton wants each player that goes through the Royals organization to not only become a better player, but a better person as well. As part of that effort, Dayton invited representatives from Fight the New Drug to the team’s spring training in Arizona to present to players and coaches on the harmful effects of pornography.
Closing Keynote Speaker:
Spencer J. Cox
Utah Lt. Governor
Earned Resilience: Fostering Recovery through Conversation
What if we were to discuss pornography as a public health matter as opposed to a moral issue? Perhaps by encouraging conversation about the problem, we can address the multidimensional nature of it. Come hear an update about the state’s role, upcoming legislation, and opportunities for collaboration among individuals, families, government, and healthcare & mental health professionals. Let’s get empowered to change.
Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox travels extensively throughout the state supporting economic development and local is committed to strengthening families, transforming education, increasing voter participation, utilizing modern technologies, promoting healthy living and empowering the homeless and impoverished.
Speakers & Presentations
Saturday, February 23, 2019
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Salt Palace Convention Center
100 South West Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Salt Palace Convention Center
Parking & Location
We will be at the Salt Palace in rooms 155, 255, and 355. These rooms are located on the northernmost side of the Salt Palace, off of South Temple. Registration will take place on the mezzanine level between 155 and 255. The closest parking lot is the Salt Palace West Lot. Information and maps can be found here: https://www.visitsaltlake.com/salt-palace-convention-center/attend-meetings/parking/ There is a TRAX station in easy walking distance.
VOLUNTEER WITH US!
We can’t do this without you. We do everything we can to keep the conference accessible to everyone. In order to do that, we need your help to make the conference successful. Volunteer and receive a free t-shirt and free admission! You can choose the job and the time you like on our list.
Volunteer sign-up open now!
Our event would not be possible without the support of these generous sponsors
Who is the UCAP Conference for?
Community leaders making decisions that create respectful, family-friendly communities. Church leaders inspiring people to rise above their challenges. Educators ensuring safe schools and teaching smart Internet use. Health professionals helping people heal from the damaging impact of pornography. Law enforcement connecting the dots between pornography and crime in our communities.
Parents preparing children to safely turn away from pornography when they see it. Family members committed to support each other as they face the challenges of today’s media. Fighters determined to find recovery for themselves and their loved ones. Families using technology to restrict the reach of harmful content. Grandparents teaching positive values to keep their families safe and happy.
Teens standing for freedom from distorted and damaging sexualized media. Young adults taking charge of the influence of media on their relationships and their life. Friends helping friends live happier lives free from pornography. Citizens raising awareness of the public health crisis of pornography in our society and leading community actions that make a difference.
We'll see you at the conference!