Together Colorado Leadership and Know Your Rights Training Sunday, January 29, 2017 1:30 PM to 7:00 PM Share your Sunday with a diverse group of leaders bent on honing their organizing skills in these times. Build your skills of community organizing AND learn how to exercise your rights with law enforcement. Break-out sessions will include Stop & Frisk resistance, Deportation Prevention and how to be a powerful witness to de-escalate situations of policing injustice. Cost: $20. Must register for event. Thanks. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSffegCTxwKA8uTk5z9Fe47XBSWZnh6LhNI1qJ7W4MhTzPsRlA/viewform?c=0&w=1
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, January 25, 2017 Contact: Oscar Juarez-Luna, firstname.lastname@example.org; 720-203-6836 THE COLORADO IMMIGRANT RIGHTS COALITION CONDEMNS THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION’S ACTIONS AGAINST THE IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY DENVER – Today, President Trump has made two executive orders attacking Colorado’s immigrant communities. The first focused on the construction of his "great wall," militarizing and increasing border security, and putting an end to catch and release policies placing the United States of America on the dishonorable list of the most inhumane, cruel, and xenophobic nations in the world. The second executive order was on interior enforcement order restoring the Se
Link to event page Join us for Playing for Our Planet, a night of live music, dancing, and community building with some of the best performers in the region, including Gypsy Swing Revue, Voodoo Lily, Elena Klaver and more! . When: January 21 from 6 to 11 pm Where: Mercury Café, 2199 California St., Denver $15 per person suggested donation Donors at the $35+ level will receive a free 350 t-shirt! (Please indicate the # of people you are paying entrance for in comments below.) We will have a list of advance donors at the door, or you may make your donation then. All proceeds go to support the work of 350 Colorado and 350 Denver to build the grassroots movements to solve the climate crisis and
Registration is Full for De-Escalation Training January 14th We are now at capacity for this training. Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center and Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) will collaborate to hold a De-escalation Training on Saturday, January 14th. If you have yet to register and would like to attend a future training, please email with "training wait-list" in the subject line. Please email or call Betty Ball for further information or to register for future trainings. You can call Betty at the RMPJC, 303-444-6981 or email at email@example.com for further information. Thank you!
11am Rally/March with Speakers and Music Courthouse on the Pearl Street Mall 1-3pm Showing Up for Racial Justice Workshop with Nii Armah Sowah St. John's Episcopal Church (1419 Pine) 3:30-5pm Motus Theater Performance with Norma Johnson and Dexter Payne Dairy Center for the Arts (2590 Walnut) 4-6pm Peers Building Justice Event, Organized by and for Youth Alfalfa's Community Room (1651 Broadway) 5:30-7:30pm Toward Right Relationship with Native Peoples Workshop First United Methodist Church (1421 Spruce St.)
Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: January 2, 2016 Contacts: East Boulder County United Email: BoulderCountyProtectors@gmail.com Kristin McLean: firstname.lastname@example.org 303 641-8901 Merrily Mazza, email@example.com 720 556-1286 Legal: Thomas Linzey, Esq, Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, 717 498-0054 Lafayette Community Members Introduce Climate Bill of Rights and Protections What: Lafayette Community Members Introduce Climate Bill of Rights and Protections to City Council, Pledge Environmental Defense of Boulder County When: Lafayette City Council meeting Tuesday, January 3, approximately 7pm depending on meeting agenda. Where: 1290 S. Public Road, Lafayette Colorad
On January 3rd, 2017 Boulder City Council will likely adopt a final version of the cooperative housing ordinance. We need your help to make sure it works! You are invited to what we anticipate will be the last public hearing on co-ops and we need your help to make this one as powerful as the ones before. This reading of the co-op ordinance will include a public hearing. We are asking co-op supporters to come and speak at the hearing, to show Council that there continues to be support for legalizing shared, community living in Boulder. RSVP to the event here. When: Tuesday, January 3rd. Sign-ups to speak start at 5:00 pm. The public hearing for the housing co-op ordinance is agenda item 5C an