February 2017


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Colorado Should Support Immigrant Communities, Not Demean or Criminalize Them

COLOR urges lawmakers to resist attacks on undocumented people and immigrant families.  Statement by Cristina Aguilar, Executive Director of Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and…


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Get Your Outdoor Mural Ideas Funded! Denver Arts & Venues announces multiple 2017 grant opportunities

Denver Arts & Venues is pleased to announce three funding opportunities through IMAGINE 2020 Denver’s community-based cultural plan. DENVER’S URBAN ARTS FUND (UAF) Now in…


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Funding Now Available for Minority and Women-owned Colorado Businesses Interested in Exporting

Colorado Minority Business Office Awards $50K to Colorado Companies through the Leading Edge for International Opportunities Program New Round of Funding Now Available for Minority…


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Denver Board of Education Resolves to Protect Students Safety and Emotional Well-being Regardless of Immigration Status

Board adopts “The Safe and Welcoming School District Resolution” After hearing from dozens of community members, Board of Education members unanimously approved “The Safe and…




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Five Latino groups unite to form “Latino Partnership to Cut Waste, Protect Our Health.”

Five Latino groups announced the formation of a new campaign, The partnership includes Hispanic Access Foundation; HECHO; Chispa Nevada, League of Conservation Voters; Mi Familia…


Protesters demonstrate against the Dakota crude oil access pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. Photograph: Andrew Cullen/Reuters

 Trump Administration’s Greenlighting of the Dakota Access Pipeline Condemned

The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Senior Vice President for Government Affairs Tiernan Sittenfeld issued the following statement on the greenlighting of the Dakota Access Pipeline: “This…