7-Week Conflict Resolution Workshop, 1st workshop on January 29th
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When: 1st workshop on Tuesday January 29, 6:30-8:00pm Where: Ku Cha Tea House on Pearl Street (1211 Pearl Street Boulder) Please join us for a 7-week conflict resolution workshop where you will: Learn transformational conflict practices Use creativity to identify solutions Effectively manage your role in conflict with emotional intelligence This workshop covers a variety of key conflict resolution concepts, theories, and skills. We’ll begin by discussing major theoretical pa
Action Alert: Oppose Additional Funding for the Jefferson Parkway
Contact the Broomfield and Arvada City Council: Deny New $7.5M Request for Jefferson Parkway Did you know that the Jefferson Parkway Public Highway Authority has asked Arvada, Broomfield, and Jefferson County for $7,500,000 MORE MONEY for 2019? Did you know that the JPPHA has ALREADY spent $10,500,000 in taxpayer dollars from those municipalities since 2008, and now wants that much MORE? Resolutions to approve JPPHA’s additional 2019 funding request will come before the
LEGAL PETITION FILED TO UNSEAL ROCKY FLATS GRAND JURY RECORDS
DOCUMENTS DESCRIBING BURIED CONTAMINATION MAY HELP RESOLVE CURRENT PUBLIC POLICY DEBATES "Leaders of Rocky Flats community groups filed a legal Petition in U.S. District Court today calling on the government to unseal records from the 1989 -1992 Special Federal Grand Jury investigation into criminal actions at the former Denver-area nuclear weapons plant. The petitioners argue that the documents may provide evidence of unreported and unaddressed residual plutonium contaminati
Spring 2019 Internship Opportunities
Internships for the spring 2019 semester are now open! Please follow this link to learn more about opportunities to intern with RMPJC. Internships include: Fundraising Internship Administrative Internship Study of Nonviolence Internship Send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com to apply! We look forward to hearing from you.
Annual Rally and March to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., January 21st
When: Monday, January 21st, 11am - 1pm Where: St. John's Episcopal Church, 1419 Pine Street, Boulder The Rally will include music, brief tributes to Dr. King by City and County elected and appointed officials, Carolyn Bninski, staff member from RMPJC, and will feature excerpts of Dr. King's "Beyond Viet Nam" speech. The event will conclude with a march led by members of Peers Building Justice from Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence. For more information, please se
Rocky Flats Right to Know Meeting, January 23rd
When: Wednesday, January 23rd, 7 - 8:30 pm Where: Trinity Presbyterian Church, 7755 Vance Dr, Arvada Dr. Michael Ketterer, forensic chemist, will speak about the work being done to distinguish Rocky Flats plutonium from background plutonium, both in human tissues and in the soil around Rocky Flats.
Race Forum: Let's Talk Race, Racism, and Social Justice, 3rd Wednesday of the month
When: 3rd Wednesday of every month, 6:30 - 8 pm Where: Blue Sky Bridge, 2619 Iris Hollow Place, East Entrance "Living in a city that has little diversity can feel isolating. Our mission is to create a space for community members to learn about race and diversity, and have a safe space to transform uncomfortable topics into healthy conversations." Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and to RSVP
WOMXN'S MARCH ON DENVER, January 19th
When: Saturday, January 19th, 2019 Where: Civic Center Park, Denver LISTEN. UNITE. ACT. Congregate in Civic Center Park at 9 am Click here for more information and a detailed schedule for the day.
Systemic Racism Today, January 21st
When: Monday, January 21, 2019 3-5 pm Where: St. John's Episcopal Church, 1419 Pine St, Boulder Join Boulder SURJ on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, for a panel event designed to help participants better understand the ways in which systemic racism permeates our society, and the many efforts in place to dismantle white supremacy in our institutions. Participants will leave with tools, ideas and connections so that they might affect the many institutions they interact with throu
Call to Active Peace: Workshop Series, January 12th and 19th
When: Saturday, January 12th and Saturday, January 19th, 9 am - 5pm Where: Boulder Mennonite Church Address any issue at the root and break cycles of disrespect and violence. Transform emotions such as anger and fear into clean-burning fuel. Strengthen relationships by releasing judgments that create false divisions. Click here for more information and to save your spot at the Call to Active Peace Workshops! Discounted rate of $119 to anyone associated with RMPJC. Email scott
LEGAL PETITION FILED TO UNSEAL ROCKY FLATS GRAND JURY RECORDS; DOCUMENTS DESCRIBING BURIED CONTAMINA
Pat Mellen Law LLC www.patmellenlaw.com for further information, contact: Attorney Pat Mellen (720) 593-3593 or Bob Schaeffer (239) 395-6773 for release at 11:30am MST, Thursday, January 10, 2019 LEGAL PETITION FILED TO UNSEAL ROCKY FLATS GRAND JURY RECORDS; DOCUMENTS DESCRIBING BURIED CONTAMINATION MAY HELP RESOLVE CURRENT PUBLIC POLICY DEBATES Leaders of Rocky Flats community groups filed a legal Petition in U.S. District Court
Vitamin Cottage Cards
Purchase a $50 Natural Grocers gift card through us and RMPJC will receive 5%! RMPJC has participated in the Natural Grocers gift card program since 2009 - it is a great way for our supporters to give to RMPJC without money coming directly from your pocket! You can stop by the office at 3970 Broadway, Suite B5, Boulder, with either cash or check to pick up a gift card. Please call the office at 303-444-6981 before swinging by to ensure someone is home. For other opportunities
"Democracy in Chains" a VIDEO talk by Nancy MacClean, January 16th
When: Wednesday, January 16th, 7 pm Where: CU Boulder, room TBD Nancy MacClean, whose book (Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right's Stealth Plan for America) uncovered the history of the well-heeled radical right's vast network and explains why this movement doesn't want simply to change who rules, but to fundamentally alter the rules of democratic governance as we know it in the U.S. The talk will be followed by discussion.
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