Friday Oct. 9, 7:30-9:30 pm: "Confluence" Film and Discussion Award-winning filmmaker Gwendolen Cates and Indigenous and Black activists explore the intersectionality and solidarity of the Black Lives Matter and Indigenous Rights movements. Register here. Saturday Oct. 10, 10 am – noon: Community Conversation: “Some Dance to Remember, Some Dance to Forget” Join placemaker Meg Walker and public artist Morey Bean to talk about the meaning of memorials like the Civil War Monumen
A Wild Love for the World Book Launch and Panel Discussion With co-authors from the book “Being fully present to fear, to gratitude, to all that is—this is the practice of mutual belonging. As living members of the living body of Earth, we are grounded in that kind of belonging. Even when faced with cataclysmic changes, nothing can ever separate us from Earth. We are already home.”— Joanna Macy When: Friday October 2nd, 7:00-8:30pm MST Where: FREE VIRTUAL EVENT Panelists and
When: Saturday September 19th, 11:00AM - 12:00PM Where: Broadway and Canyon, Boulder, CO Let's be visible in our opposition to war and support of diplomacy and social programs! For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-509-3378. The demo will be cancelled in the event of the following weather: snow, rain, high winds or a temperature below 30 degrees by 10 am. Please stand 6 ft apart.
Julian Assange's extradition trial starts today in London. According to John Pilger speaking today in front of the courthouse, this is "the final act of an Anglo-American campaign to bury Julian Assange. It is not due process. It is due revenge". The outcome of Assange's trial is critical to freedom of the press across the globe. Watch videos and read regular updates about the trial at consortiumnews.com Click here for a panel discussion that took place on 8/5.
Doom With a View By Kristen Iversen When: Friday September 4th, 6:00PM MDT Where: Click here to see a video of the Online Launch Event With this webinar, Full Body Burden author Kristen Iversen officially launches her new book Doom with a View: Historical and Cultural Contexts of the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant. Her new anthology contains essays contributed by 19 authors from around the country, representing a variety of disciplines in science and academia, all with dee
Newe Sogobia Most Bombed Nation on Earth From 1951 to 1992, more than 900 full-scale nuclear weapon detonations were conducted on Western Shoshone territory, at the Nevada Test Site. Downwinders still live with the health and environmental consequences from the radioactive fallout. A videotaped interview with, and column written by, Ian Zabarte, Principal Man of the Western Bands of the Shoshone Nation of Indians, has been published by Al Jazeera. Learn more, including about
Ongoing Protests at Xcel Every weekday at noon What: Join protesters at Xcel in Denver (protesting daily at lunchtime, with social distance and masks) When: Every weekday going forward into the fall, at noon Where: Corner of 18th and Larimer st., Denver (1800 Larimer st.) Can’t attend but still want to take action? Send a letter to Xcel here. Please join us in calling on Xcel to phase out coal by the earliest possible date and to lead in the energy transition rather than runn