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Oppose Additional Funding for Jefferson Parkway at Arvada City Council 4/1/19

When: Monday, April 1st, 6 PM Where: Arvada City Hall, 8101 Ralston Rd, Arvada JPPHA is asking Arvada for $2.5 million to help fund the Jefferson Parkway. Arvada City Council will be discussing whether to approve this in their budget at the meeting on 4/1/19. Please make public comment to not provide any more funding to the Jefferson Parkway project. The Jefferson Parkway is a risk to public health due to plutonium contamination that remains at Rocky Flats along Indiana Street. Additional info about the Jefferson Parkway is available at this link. Email the Arvada City Council at: mwilliams@arvada.org nford@arvada.org mmcgoff@arvada.org jmarriott@arvada.org djones@arvada.org dmiller@arvada.o

Anti-War Demonstration: No War on Venezuela, March 30th

When: Saturday, March 30th, 11 AM - 12 PM Where: Broadway and Canyon, Boulder The U.S. is attempting to overthrow the legitimately elected government of President Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela. Join the RMPJC in our Saturday demonstration against this action which violates international law and the UN Charter. We will have some signs. Feel free to bring additional signs focused on this topic. Below you will find resources on the topic. Let's be visible in our opposition to war and support of diplomacy and social programs! More info carolynbninski@gmail.com or 720-509-3378. We hold anti-war demonstrations almost every Saturday. Watch our emails for the announcements. The demo will be cancelled

Dangers of Nuclear War in 2019

When: Tuesday, April 9th, 7 PM Where: CU Boulder, Humanities Room 1B90 As relations with Russia have deteriorated over the last decade and nuclear weapons systems are being modernized, the dangers of nuclear war have reached at their most dangerous point since the Cuban Missile Crisis. Two seminal nuclear arms control treaties, the INF Treaty and the New START treaty, are in danger of ending, leading to new arms races and increasing the danger of nuclear war. War planners are talking about using tactical nuclear weapons. Could their use lead to all out nuclear war? What can we do to reduce the danger of nuclear war while we still have time? Came learn how to be part of ending the greatest th

Impact of Military Spending, April 11th

When: Thursday, April 11th, 7 - 9 PM Where: CU Boulder, Humanities Room 1B80 We will discuss the impact of military spending on climate change and health care. Martin Luther King Jr. said about Vietnam "America would never invest the necessary funds or energies in rehabilitation of its poor so long as adventures like Vietnam continued to draw men and skills and money like some demonic destructive suction tube.” The same warning applies to addressing the threats of climate change and providing services including health care and higher education to the population of the U.S. When everything is added together the US. spends more than 50% of its discreationary spending on miltarism. How can we s

Promise to Protect Training Tour, March 30th or March 31st

When: March 30th or March 31st, 8 AM - 6:30 PM Where: Denver (location will be sent after registration) This tour is being coordinated by Native leaders from the Keystone XL route and allies from across the country that are committed to stand with them to protect communities from fossil fuel activities . Click here to signup.

March for Boulder Police Oversight, March 10th

When: Sunday, March 10, 11 am - 12 pm Where: Naropa University (2130 Arapahoe Ave) to Boulder Police Department Join the Boulder Chapter of NAACP, Boulder Parenting in Diversity, Boulder's chapter of Showing Up for Racial Justice, and other community groups for a march demonstrating zero tolerance for recent Boulder Police Department racial profiling, and a need for an independent oversight board. This is a zero-escalation, family-friendly event. We are discouraging any police agitation. The route is approximately 1 mile, from Naropa to the Boulder Police Department. Please bring signs. Suggestions: - Black Lives Matter - Stop Racial Profiling - No Justice No Peace - White Silence i

Demonstration Against U.S. Intervention and the U.S. Attempted Coup. March 9th

When: Saturday, March 9th, 11 AM - 12 PM Where: Broadway and Canyon, Boulder The U.S. is attempting to overthrow the legitimately elected government of President Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela. Join the RMPJC in our Saturday demonstration against this action which violates international law and the UN Charter. We will have some signs. Feel free to bring additional signs focused on this topic. Below you will find resources on the topic. Let's be visible in our opposition to war and support of diplomacy and social programs! More info carolynbninski@gmail.com or 720-509-3378. We hold anti-war demonstrations almost every Saturday. Watch our emails for the announcements. The demo will be cancelled

Action Alerts

Block U.S. War on Venezuela Email and call your Representatives and Senators to Block U.S. War on Venezuela Fairness of Farmworkers Act Email your Members of Congress: Tell them to pass the Fairness for Farmworkers Act and help ensure farmworkers receive the overtime pay they deserve!

Action Alert: 3/5/19 Tell Boulder City Council to support online petitions, don't bypass with a

When: Tuesday March 5th (pubic hearing at approximately 8:30pm) Where: Boulder Municipal Building, 1777 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302 Email Boulder City Council at: Council@bouldercolorado.gov Boulder City Council staff's proposed ordinance 8318 does not preclude future online petitions for initiative and referendum. But it does put City time and money towards the proprietary eSign or similar system where circulators use tablets to collect electronic signatures. Please ask the council to support online petitions, as this option is more democratic and supported by the voters with a 71.17% majority from the 2018 election - question 2G. We have a credible offer of a FREE turnkey online petition

What Would Nature Do? May 2019

Course Dates: Saturdays, May 4th and 18th; Weeknights, May 7th, 9th, 14th, 16th, 21st, and 23rd This month-long hands-on course explores the intersection of two systems design methods—Theory U and Permaculture Design—as powerful pathways to co-creating a resilient, regenerative, and equitable future for all by asking What Would Nature Do? Click here for more information and to register for the course.