We are so excited to announce that Selasee & The Fafa Family will be performing a special concert at the 2018 PMY Awards Ceremony in celebration of RMPJC's 35th Anniversary!
Get your tickets for the 2018 Peacemaker of the Year Awards Ceremony and Dinner, which includes the special concert by Selasee!
Only interested in attending the concert? That's okay too! There will be a $5 cover fee at the door beginning at 8 pm.
When: Saturday, October 27th, 8:30 - 9:30 pm
When: Saturday, October 27th, 5 pm - 9:30 pm
Where: Unity Church of Boulder, 2855 Folsom St.
Get your tickets today! The Peacemaker of the Year (PMY) Awards Ceremony and Dinner is an annual gathering held by the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center to honor and celebrate the work of peace and justice activists in the community and beyond. Be on the lookout for announcements including special musical guests, silent auction donors, and more! Click here for more information
When: October 27th 2:30pm Where: Unity Church of Boulder, Folsom and Valmont This will be an exceptional year as we will be celebrating our 35th anniversary, and we need your help to pull it off!
Here you will find a volunteer sign-up sheet. We still need help with dinner prep, selling drawing tickets, end of night break down, and bartending. Please add your name in one or more blank cells to sign-up for a volunteer shift(s). You will receive a complimentary ticket for the e
This award is being presented to Sonia Marquez for her accomplishments in grassroots organizing, uniting communities in the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, building relationships, and inspiring her friends and family.
Sonia became involved in her community at a young age, working with youth groups, community projects and learning about her culture and the importance of having a sense of belonging.
Sonia has been involved with the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (
RMPJC Guide to Ballot Issues by Carolyn Bninski The Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice has taken positions on a city ballot issue and a number of state issues in the 2018 election.
YES on Boulder CITY BALLOT ISSUE 2G:
This amendment to the City Charter would allow the use of electronic petitions and online signing for initiative, referendum, and recall petitions. This online process would be less arduous and expensive, increase participation and democracy, and enable citizen
When: Wednesday October 24th, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Where: Farrand Field, CU Boulder
This is a *FREE SPEECH RALLY* with CU and Naropa students for Proposition 112. On Wednesday, October 24, we will gather *OUTSIDE* Farrand Field at 12 noon *BEFORE* the Rally with Bernie Sanders begins at 1 pm.
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This is a grassroots powered campaign to help protect public health and the environment by establishing 2500' setbacks from fracking. We need as many volunteers as possible to compete with oil and gas spending more than $33 million on negative ads. Additional info at corising.org
When: Saturday, October 27th, 11am - 12pm
Where: Canyon and Broadway, Boulder, CO
We'll carry signs opposing wars against Russia, Syria, North Korea, Afghanistan, etc. Let's be visible in our opposition to war! We'll have some signs or bring your own. More info firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-509-3378. We'll hold anti-war demonstrations most (but not all) Saturdays. Watch our emails for the announcements. The demo will be cancelled in the event of the following weather: sn
Photo courtesy of Sydney Worth, Boulder Weekly Theresa Halsey, Hunkpapa Lakota tribal member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribes from North and South Dakota, from the Wakpala community. Theresa is a radio producer of the weekly radio program, Indian Voices on KGNU Community radio on Sundays, 3-4 PM MST. She has been with KGNU since 1983. Theresa is a grassroots organizer, educator, Mental Health Researcher, adviser to the Oyate Indigenous Student Group and Native American Law
When: Saturday, October 20th
Where: Silo N8, New Raymer
In this time of nuclear turmoil, be a witness of one of 49 missile sites in Colorado. A solemn gathering. Signs will be held and music will be sung in hopes for the abolition of nuclear weapons. Wear sunscreen, bring water and snacks, layered clothing, a hat, perhaps an umbrella--for sun or rain--a chair or stool if you'd be comfortable sitting. And, a camera! Click here for information on carpooling and more.
We are Never Again Colorado! A group of young, diverse and motivated Coloradans who have dedicated ourselves to the safety of our communities through peaceful action. Never Again- CO, began as a coalition for change among the citizens of Colorado in wake of the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where seventeen students and staff members lost their lives. But this tragedy was different. The victims, their families and students across the country de