Denver SURJ Activists Arrested for Civil Disobedience

Four activists from Denver SURJ, Showing up for Racial Justice were arrested Wednesday July 20th, after an incident of non-violent civil disobedience where they locked arms in front of the Denver Police Administration building. The activists submitted a letter to […]

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People’s State of the City Address

In response to Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s official “State of the City” address on July 11th, 2016, a coalition of social justice organizations joined together to deliver a “People’s State of the City” address to highlight those issues that were […]

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Outsources: Transphobia, Racism and the Strength to Carry On

Angela Palermo speaks with African American trans woman CeCe McDonald who, after surviving a transphobic and racist attack in June 2011 in Minneapolis,  became an outspoken advocate for trans people and the imprisoned.  In an unmistakable case of “victim blaming”, CeCe ended up […]

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Witness to Innocence

“If us Chicanos kill other Chicanos, you’re not likely to get the death penalty, same with Blacks, there are more murders Black and Black then there are Black on White, it’s just that once you kill an Anglo-Saxon or a […]

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Raising Awareness of Food Injustice

Tindakan is a Denver based nonprofit that focuses on giving back and raising funds for eco-social justice issues. They work to raise awareness of issues and support other non-profits working in these areas as well as promoting actual, attainable solutions […]

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