220 Colorado Faith Leaders Urge Colorado Legislature to Protect Colorado Immigrants (HB-1124)

220 Colorado Faith Leaders Urge Colorado Legislature to Protect Colorado Immigrants (HB-1124)

Dear Honorable Members of the Colorado Legislature and Governor Polis: As a faith leaders with Together Colorado we watch with growing concern as anti-immigrant rhetoric erodes the moral fabric of our communities. Our various faith traditions call on us, as…

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Together Colorado 2019 Faith Leaders Legislative Breakfast and Lobby Day

Together Colorado 2019 Faith Leaders Legislative Breakfast and Lobby Day

View highlights from Together Colorado’s Annual Faith Leader Legislative Breakfast and Lobby Day 2019 below. We discussed advancing an agenda of human dignity by supporting legislation that: provides healthcare for all Coloradans; allows cities and counties to raise the minimum…

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Western Slope Faith Leaders Hold Event to Support Measure 2C – GJ Community Center Campaign

Western Slope Faith Leaders Hold Event to Support Measure 2C – GJ Community Center Campaign

On February 12, 2019, community members from Grand Junction joined with Together Colorado’s Western Slope Faith Leaders Table to hold an event in support of the Grand Junction Community Center Campaign – Measure 2C. “There are opportunities for some, but…

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Together Colorado Montbello Parent Organizing Committee Hosts Interactive Parent Summit

Together Colorado Montbello Parent Organizing Committee Hosts Interactive Parent Summit

On January 31, 2019, members of the Together Colorado Montbello Parent Organizing Committee held an educational event for parents and students to learn about organizing efforts in Montbello schools, how Montbello schools are doing compared to the district, and differences…

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Outgoing Governor John Hickenlooper Signs Amendment A to Abolish Slavery from the Colorado Constitution Into Law

Outgoing Governor John Hickenlooper Signs Amendment A to Abolish Slavery from the Colorado Constitution Into Law

On November 6, 2018, Coloradans voted Yes on Amendment A to remove language from the Colorado Constitution that allowed involuntary servitude and slavery to be legal as punishment for a crime. On December 19, 2018, outgoing Governor John Hickenlooper honored…

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