Fossil Free Fast: The Climate Resistance (Jan 31 Fort Collins CO)
Jan
31
5:30 PM17:30

Fossil Free Fast: The Climate Resistance (Jan 31 Fort Collins CO)

Hello Friend,

 

In 2017 there were constant assaults on our climate and communities from the Trump administration and their fossil fuel billionaire pals. From the revival of Keystone XL to climate disasters in Puerto Rico, Houston, California and beyond, this has been a year of unprecedented climate devastation.

 

It’s also been a year of unprecedented climate resistance, and we’re just getting started. On January 31, the day after Trump’s first State of the Union, we’ll be hosting Watch Parties along the Front Range for a powerful livestream we’re calling Fossil Free Fast!  

 

Join us from 5:30-8:00 p.m., at the Old Town Library - (201 Peterson St, Fort Collins, CO 80524Come meet other climate activists in Northern Colorado and get inspired for 2018! RSVP HERE! 

At the Jan 31st event, the powerful speakers will map out how together we can:

  • Discuss state environmental legislation

  • Ask you to sign the Colorado Rising ballot petition for safe setbacks for oil/gas wells

  • Continue to resist the Trump Administration’s ongoing attacks on our climate and communities

  • Build power towards the 2018 and 2020 elections

  • Unite to secure the lasting change needed on climate through effective local campaigns, including passing Fossil Free resolutions in your city or town

This will be a great opportunity to hear from amazing climate leaders from across the county and to meet other people in the local climate movement. We’ll discuss what’s going on right here in Colorado, and you’ll hear from many other grassroots organizers and movement leaders, who will unveil a clear roadmap for our movement in 2018 and beyond.

Check out this list of the speakers you won't want to miss!

Senator Bernie Sanders, 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben, Rev. Lennox Yearwood from Hip Hop Caucus, Jacqueline Patterson from the NAACP, Cherri Foytlin from BOLD Louisiana, Adriana Voss-Andreae from 350PDX, Varshini Prakash from the Sunrise Movement, Jessica Lorena Rangel from Eyes of a Dreamer and many more speakers and organizations

See you there! 

 

350 Northern Colorado Team

 

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Protect Act Hearing (Jan 29 Denver CO)
Jan
29
1:30 PM13:30

Protect Act Hearing (Jan 29 Denver CO)

TIME: 1:30 p.m.

LOCATION: State Capitol, Room SCR 357, 200 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO

Concerning the ability of a local government to plan, zone or reject oil and gas operations and exercise land use authority over oil and gas facilities used in oil and gas operations in a manner analogous to the siting of other industrial facilities, and, in connection therewith, enacting the 'Protect Act'.  Check out this link for the Protect Act short synopsis: https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/sb18-048

Want to help out more? If you are able to assist with some extra time please email outreach@350colorado.org

Thank your help protecting Colorado!

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January COGCC Hearing (Jan 29- Denver CO)
Jan
29
8:30 AM08:30

January COGCC Hearing (Jan 29- Denver CO)

TIME: 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. RSVP HERE! 

LOCATION: The Chancery Building, 1120 Lincoln Street, Suite 801 Denver, CO (Parking in The Chancery Building)

Join us to give three minute public comments calling for an emergency moratorium and continuing to tell the COGCC to drop their appeal of the Martinez court decision that the agency must protect public health and safety as a precondition to permitting oil and gas development.  Please Note: The COGCC has made changes to the rules around public comment. It is recommended you register online starting Wednesday (Jan 24) please see this document for more information!

If you are planning to travel long distance, please make sure you register as soon as possible on the COGCC website. If you are unable to attend, consider submitting written comments to the COGCC by emailing cogcc.hearings_unit@state.co.us

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IF You DRINK WATER (Jan 20 Denver CO)
Jan
20
1:00 PM13:00

IF You DRINK WATER (Jan 20 Denver CO)

Benefit Concert and silent auction event to raise funds for Red Fawn Fallis' legal defense and to pay expenses for her family to attend her trial, which starts Jan 29th in Fargo, ND. There will be music, poetry, speakers, food, a silent auction, and the good company of other supporters of Red Fawn. Suggested donation $15-25, no one turned away. Accessible venue. To donate go to
https://www.generosity.com/fundraising/red-fawn-legal-fund

Red Fawn Fallis, Oglala Lakota AIM leader and Water Protector, has been incarcerated since Oct 27, 2016 when she was targeted and arrested on false federal charges at Standing Rock for nonviolently and prayerfully resisting the Dakota Access Pipeline #nodapl and protecting the rights of indigenous people, Mother Earth, and all creatures. Red Fawn stood bravely for all of us. If you DRINK WATER, she stood for you. Now it's our turn to STAND WITH RED FAWN. #freeredfawn

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Special PTA Meeting with Fracking Panelists (Jan 18 Lafayette CO)
Jan
18
7:00 PM19:00

Special PTA Meeting with Fracking Panelists (Jan 18 Lafayette CO)

  • Pioneer Bilingual Elementary School (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Drilling Operator 8 North LLC (Extraction) is preparing permits to frack up to 20 wells for oil and gas products in an area that includes our school. Although we don’t yet know the exact spacing of the wells, we know our school and playgrounds will be within a zone of scientifically proven risk to human health and safety. Please come and learn more from experts about this very important issue. Spanish translation will be provided. Child care for Pioneer families will also be provided.

Panelists will include: 
Lisa McKenzie, PhD, MPH, Dr. McKenzie’s research has contributed to the understanding of how air pollutants and other exposures resulting from the unconventional development of petroleum resources may affect the public’s health. Her studies investigating associations between adverse birth outcomes and childhood cancers and proximity to oil and gas development are among the first epidemiological studies on this topic to appear in the published literature. Her sentinel human health risk assessment indicated the potential for respiratory, neurological, and developmental health outcomes resulting from exposure to air pollutants emitted during natural gas development. 

Stephanie Malin, PhD. Stephanie is a sociologist of environment, globalization, and development, focusing on community-level outcomes of natural resource development. Her main interests include environmental justice, environmental health, social mobilization, poverty, and political economy of energy development. Stephanie examines how these variables intersect in rural communities across the American West and Northeast.

Joseph Ryan, PhD. Joe Ryan is a Professor and Bennett-Lindstedt Faculty Fellow in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder in Boulder, Colorado. He is the faculty director of the National Science Foundation-funded AirWaterGas Sustainability Research Network, a multi-institution team addressing the effects of oil and gas development on air and water resources in the Rocky Mountain region.

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No Pipe Dream Community Rally! (Jan 16 Fort Collins CO)
Jan
16
6:00 PM18:00

No Pipe Dream Community Rally! (Jan 16 Fort Collins CO)

  • Larimer County Courthouse, Hearing Room (map)
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Help us tell the Larimer County Commissioners to deny Thornton’s Pipe Dream and send a strong message to the City of Thornton that the best way to access their water is to “Keep the Water in the Poudre River”.

The grassroots community group, No Pipe Dream, is holding a public meeting to formally protest the City of Thornton’s bid to build a pipeline under or alongside Douglas Road,.

Neighbors of Douglas Road, along with advocates for the Poudre River, have teamed up to protest the proposed route and ask the Larimer County Commissioners to reject Thornton’s 1041 application.

No Pipe Dream invites the public to join them in their efforts for a peaceful rally meeting Tuesday, January 16, from 6 – 8 pm. The meeting will be held in the Hearing Room at the Larimer County Courthouse, 200 W. Oak Street, Fort Collins.

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December COGCC Hearing (Dec 11 Denver CO)
Dec
11
8:30 AM08:30

December COGCC Hearing (Dec 11 Denver CO)

Please join us at the December COGCC hearing to give three minute public comments about fracking in Colorado! We need your help to keep the spotlight on this issue as we head into the new year.

At the last COGCC hearing in October, over 70 Coloradans spoke up against fracking at the COGCC hearing in Denver. The public testimony lasted over four hours, got great media presence and the COGCC to delayed the approval of some controversial fracking permits near Broomfield homes. 

Fracking is making it's way into our communities faster than we could have ever expected, but our efforts are proof that when we stand together, our voice is one to be reckoned with. 

As the tide of public support around fracking continues to turn, we need your support to continue our momentum forward. The more people that we can continue to turn out for these meetings to speak on behalf of our public health, safety and climate, the better chance that we have to push policy that protects us. We want the COGCC to see the impacts of fracking, up close and personal.

Contact outreach@350colorado.org with any questions or if you want to get involved in helping plan this project!

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Patagonia (Dec 5- Boulder Co)
Dec
5
7:00 PM19:00

Patagonia (Dec 5- Boulder Co)

Join us for a panel discussuion on Community Rights and Rights of Nature discussion in our local community. Keynote speakers: Amanda Dumenigo, SOSVV, Josh James, East Boulder County United, and Dr. Tom Grover COCRN. Refreshments provided courtesy of Patagonia, Boulder.

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Nov
29
5:30 PM17:30

350 NoCo team leaders, volunteers, and allies for our end of the year pizza party! (Nov 29 Fort Collins CO)

Come meet and mingle with other volunteers and "Tour de Frack" participants, write a postcard to the COGCC or your elected official of choice (we'll have cards, names/addresses, and stamps), and sign Colorado Rising's Pledge to Sign for a 2018 ballot initiative related to fracking. 

We look forward to seeing you there!

P.S. Music at Avo's will start at 7 pm, so arrive on the earlier side if you want time to connect and chat prior to the volume increase :)

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Protectors Community ART Build (Nov 18-19 Longmont CO)
Nov
18
9:00 AM09:00

Protectors Community ART Build (Nov 18-19 Longmont CO)

  • 7873 Saint Vrain Road Longmont, CO, 80503 United States (map)
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Calling all Protectors:

"Community Protectors Art Build with Isaac Murdoch & Christi Belcourt”

Nov 18, 19, Saturday & Sunday
Location: Longmont CO

Please share❤️

Calling artists, change makers, storytellers, poets, language speakers, and musicians etc all ages

Please RSVP with name, age, email address, zip code, Sat and/or Sunday and we will reply with confirmation and address and times. Space is limited, We will create an RSVP list. Will do our best to accommodate everyone! 😁
Homeyouth303@gmail.com

Contact Stephanie Jerome 7202970414 (Text is preferred)


Everyone please bring a dish, side or drinks to share 😊 

Participants, youth & community leaders will be making 3-500 banners and signs, silk screening, and painting. There will be visiting presenters, artists, speakers, singers etc sharing and visiting. We want to get to know our community of protectors and discuss what positive impacts we can make to protect our local communities. 

Community collaboration co-sponsored by :
H.O.M.E (Honoring Our Mother Earth)
Spirit Horse Nation
East Boulder County United
Lakota Way Healing Center
Christi Belcourt
Isaac Murdoch

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NAHM Keynote Event: AWAKE A Dream from Standing Rock (Nov 13- Fort Collins CO)
Nov
13
6:00 PM18:00

NAHM Keynote Event: AWAKE A Dream from Standing Rock (Nov 13- Fort Collins CO)

Come join us for our Native American Heritage Month Keynote Event! We are excited to show AWAKE: A Dream From Standing Rock, followed by a disucssion with the filmmakers from the film. We are excited to welcome Floris White Bull, Doug Good Feather, Stephanie Cassidy, and Josh Fox!!

AWAKE follows the dramatic rise of the historic #NoDAPL Native-led peaceful resistance at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, which captured the world’s attention as one of the biggest stories of 2016. Thousands of activists converged from around the country to stand in solidarity with the water protectors protesting the construction of the $3.7 billion Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). 

Doors open at 5:30pm and snacks will be available. This event is Co-Sponsored with RamEvents and Trees, Water & People.

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Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock (Nov 9- Boulder CO)
Nov
9
6:00 PM18:00

Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock (Nov 9- Boulder CO)

Experience the movement that captured world-attention in these pressing times of life and sovereignty. In a story brought to life through the collaborative efforts of Indigenous filmmakers, AWAKE features Indigenous-led defiance that forever changed the fight for clean water, our environment, and the future of our planet.

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COGCC Hearing: Fracking Permits for Boulder (Oct 30 Boulder Co)
Oct
30
8:30 AM08:30

COGCC Hearing: Fracking Permits for Boulder (Oct 30 Boulder Co)

FRACKING PERMITS FOR BOULDER COUNTY ARE ON THE COGCC's DOCKET FOR THEIR OCTOBER 30TH MEETING! 

8 North (A subsidiary of Extraction Corp.) has been putting up "No trespassing" signs, and 8 North/Extraction has a state-issued permit to send drones above the proposed drilling area in East Boulder County.

LET THE COGCC KNOW BOULDER COUNTY WILL NOT BE FRACKED! Show up and make your voice heard during public comment! If you ever identified with the Water Protector movement, the time is now to stand up and be a warrior for our planet! 

Meet in front of the Chancery Building at 8:30am to organize and make sure to get seats! 

Use this event page to coordinate carpooling!

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DSA Anti-Fracking WG Meeting (Oct 18 Boulder CO)
Oct
18
6:00 PM18:00

DSA Anti-Fracking WG Meeting (Oct 18 Boulder CO)

Boulder DSA's Anti-Fracking Working Group is focused on the ongoing fight against fracking in Boulder County. 

This inaugural meeting will serve as catch-up for folks new to the fight. Two members of the Boulder County Protectors will give a presentation then take questions.

Meet in the Lucky's Community Room, past the tables to the right of the cafe. We're officially starting the meeting at 6:15, but feel free to show up at 6 to mingle and share some snacks (particularly gummy snacks)!

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Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration hosted by NARF and AIYLI (Oct 9 Boulder CO)
Oct
9
10:00 AM10:00

Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration hosted by NARF and AIYLI (Oct 9 Boulder CO)

We invite the Boulder community to celebrate the second annual Indigenous Peoples Day with Native American cuisine, performances and Indigenous speakers. Learn about our Boulder history and current issues in Indian Country, and show solidarity in the community. Lunch is free starting at 11:30 a.m. and open to the
public. Visit http://bit.ly/NARFIPD for more information.

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Indigenous Cultural Fest (Oct 8 Pueblo CO)
Oct
8
1:00 PM13:00

Indigenous Cultural Fest (Oct 8 Pueblo CO)

We will have Native American Dancers, Native American Drummers, guest speakers and other entertainment. Art and craft vendor spaces available or informational booths available for $10.00. Call (719) 549-2230 for more information. Ask about parking reimbursement at Coyote Grille. Admission is $1.00 and admission proceeds will go to help free Red Fawn, native woman imprisoned for protecting water.

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Indigenous Peoples Community Day (Oct 8 Denver CO)
Oct
8
11:00 AM11:00

Indigenous Peoples Community Day (Oct 8 Denver CO)

In the midst of so much political, social and environmental chaos the International Indigenous Youth Council (IIYC) presents
Indigenous People’s Park Day:
A Celebration of Art as a Form of Resistance.
This is an interactive event that is filled with indigenous art, song, dance and workshops to share the beauty of indigenous cultures from around the world. Held across multiple cities we want to send the message that we are here, we are indigenous, and we are connected.

There will be free food and live music at this event. 
There will also be workshops on indigenous drums, herbal tinctures and teas, and screen printing for resistance art. 

The IIYC is a non-profit organization that was started during the Standing Rock Indigenous Uprising, in 2016, while peacefully protecting the Cannonball and Missouri Rivers against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. We are rooted in the protection of land, air and water rights for indigenous and
non-indigenous communities alike. We aspire to inspire young individuals to stand up for what they believe in and become leaders of their indigenous communities.

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Indigenous Film Series Presents: Awake (Oct 5 Fort Collins CO)
Oct
5
6:00 PM18:00

Indigenous Film Series Presents: Awake (Oct 5 Fort Collins CO)

AWAKE, A DREAM FROM STANDING ROCK

“I am not dreaming. I'm awake. I've been woken by the spirit inside. That demanded I opened my eyes and see the world around me. Seeing that my children's future was in peril. See that my life couldn't wait and slumber anymore. See that I was honored to be among those who are awake. To be alive at this point in time is to see the rising of the Oceti Sakowin. To see the gathering of nations and beyond that, the gathering of all races and all faiths.

Will you wake up and dream with us? Will you join our dream. Will you join us?”

- Floris White Bull

In 2016 Standing Rock, North Dakota became one of the most watched places on earth. The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe captured world attention through their peaceful resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline, which threatens the drinking water of 18 million people and Indigenous sovereignty. While many may know the details, AWAKE: A DREAM FROM STANDING ROCK captures the story of the Native-led defiance that forever changed how we fight for clean water, our environment and the future of our planet. Directed by Academy Award nominated filmmaker Josh Fox (Gasland), Academy Award nominated filmmaker James Spione (Incident in New Baghdad) and Digital Smoke Signals founder Myron Dewey. Written by Floris White Bull, Josh Fox and Myron Dewey. Executive Produced by Academy Award nominated Amy Ziering (The Invisible War), Golden Globe nominated actress Shailene Woodley (Divergent, A Fault in Our Stars) and Lauren Taschen. Advisors Floris White Bull and Douglas Good Feather. Featuring music from Nahko (Nahko and the Medicine People) and Prolific the Rapper. Co-Produced by Kyle Cadotte, Deia Schlosberg, and Teena Pugliese.



Guest speaker TBA.

Snacks available.

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Denver American Indian Festival (Sept 30-Oct 1 Thornton CO)
Sep
30
to Oct 1

Denver American Indian Festival (Sept 30-Oct 1 Thornton CO)

  • 3960 East 128th Avenue Thornton, CO, 80241 United States (map)
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Denver American Indian Festival

Free and Open to the Public and all nations invited!

September 30, 2017 & October 1, 2017
10-6 Saturday
12-6 Sunday

Dancers - Drummers - Singers - Story Telling
Art - Crafts - Food - Culture

No admission or cover charge
Free Family Event!

3960 E. 128th Ave. Thornton
(128th west of Colorado Blvd)

September 30

10 AM Welcome

11 AM Presentation of colors
Sisters Nations Color Guard
Denver Singers

12 PM Seven Falls Dancers
Carrie Howell & family
Hoop dancing & dances from the plains

1 PM. Eric Herrera
Native flute

2 PM Grupo Tialoc Danza Aztecs
Aztec dancers

3 PM Bear Limvere
Native flute

4 PM DNA- DT
Northern plains dancing

5 PM Social singing & retiring of the colors
Denver Singers
Sisters Nations Color Guard

October 1

12 PM Presentation of the colors
Denver Singers
Sisters Nations Color Guard

1 PM Eric Herrera
Native flute

2 PM Grupo Tialoc Danza Azteca
Aztec dancers

3 PM Bear Limvere
Native flute

4 PM Elvira Sweetwater & family
Hoop dancing, dances from
Plains, & native sign language

5 PM Social singing & retiring of the colors
Denver Singers
Sisters Nations Color Guard

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Lafayette Community Meeting To Stop Oil and Gas Drilling (Sept 28- Lafayette, CO)
Sep
28
7:00 PM19:00

Lafayette Community Meeting To Stop Oil and Gas Drilling (Sept 28- Lafayette, CO)

East Boulder County United wil be hosting an emergency community meeting to update, inform, discuss, and organize a community response to prohibit drilling within Lafayette and Boulder County. The meeting will be attended by local organizers and Lafayette City Councilor Merrily Mazza. We will bring available information on drilling plans, the city's reponse (or lack therof), and details about the various ways community members can connect, build, and protect our incredible town.

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We the People 2.0 film screening (Sept 28 Longmont CO)
Sep
28
6:30 PM18:30

We the People 2.0 film screening (Sept 28 Longmont CO)

Free Screening of We the People 2.0 - featuring the work of Thomas Linzey and CELDF on the current state of our democracy. Sponsored by Boulder County Protectors, a local Community Rights
organization that is engaging citizens in Boulder County and beyond to prevent the oil and gas industry from drilling in our backyards.

Intro by Merrily Mazza, and will lead Q&A following the film.

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Colorado Resistance Launch Party! (Boulder) Sept-24 Boulder CO
Sep
24
3:00 PM15:00

Colorado Resistance Launch Party! (Boulder) Sept-24 Boulder CO

Colorado Resistance is a grassroots campaign to resist the Trump agenda by electing as many progressives as possible to state and local office. Join us to find out how Boulder can most effectively use its power as a progressive stronghold to channel activist energy into the key races will need to win to take full control of our state in 2018. 

Trump’s destructive policies may originate in Washington, but they’ll be implemented in our communities by state and local officials. The more power local Democrats have, the more power the Resistance has to fight back. With a fully blue state government, Colorado could step up as a national leader in the Resistance. For example, winning the Attorney General’s office would allow us to join states like Hawaii and Washington in challenging the Trump administration’s unconstitutional actions in court.

Given the Trump administration and GOP's continued enabling of a resurgent white supremacist movement, it's more crucial than ever that we organize to keep political power out of their hands. We hope you'll join us for the official launch of this statewide effort!

Beer, wine, and food trucks will be available on-site. Please take a moment to RSVP here — This helps our organizers get an accurate headcount and generally makes their lives much easier: https://actionnetwork.org/events/colorado-resistance-launch-party-boulder

You can also join the host committee to help support this event and our cause here: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/boulderlaunch

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Living Beyond Hope and Fear: Warrior Principle, Climate Action (Sept 15-17 Boulder CO)
Sep
15
7:00 PM19:00

Living Beyond Hope and Fear: Warrior Principle, Climate Action (Sept 15-17 Boulder CO)

Our times call for bravery. 

The second annual climate change symposium, Living Beyond Hope and Fear: Warrior Principle, Climate Action, will support the cultivation of our innate courage as we engage with the ecological and social challenges that arise out of climate change. 

This symposium is designed for the greater community of faith practitioners, citizen activists, climate scientists, academics, artists, householders, elders, students and youth. In short, any and all who care about the future of our changing world are welcome to attend.

Found in all wisdom traditions, the practice of warriorship explores how tools of compassion, wisdom, and bravery can help us navigate the world through the ups and downs of hope and fear. Practicing warriorship allows us to open our hearts, allowing for appreciation of the sacredness of life itself. Grounded in a view of appreciation and confidence in our collective humanity, we can move forward into action that heals and enlivens us to reconnect with ourselves, with others, and with the natural world.

With plenary sessions led by Muslim peace activist Sahar Alsahlani and sustainability leader and Buddhist teacher Marty Janowitz, participants will have opportunities for contemplation, conversation, meditation, and community building. During breakout sessions, we will explore topics related to eco-action: household energy usage, municipal climate action plans, national carbon fee and dividend legislation, youth activism, non-violent direct action in the face of fracking, and climate justice, among others. 

We will be guided through deep appreciation and healing for our sacred earth with the help of Native American friends, as well as an interfaith panel moderated by GreenFaith Executive Director Rev. Fletcher Harper. And, as a special treat, Master Storyteller Odds Bodkin will share stories of the Fall of the Titans and other tales for our times. Kendra Krueger will serve as our group facilitator.

Building on last year’s symposium, Living Beyond Hope and Fear: Social Confidence and Climate Change, this year’s event will provide participants with opportunities to take warrior action beyond the weekend, through engagement with affinity circles that will emerge from symposium breakout sessions. 

Kid's program Saturday from 9am-6pm. Children under 12 attend for free with a registered adult.

Please join us for this weekend of community, conversation, and creativity!

Presented by the Boulder Shambhala Center, the Joanna Macy Center at Naropa University, the Authentic Leadership Center at Naropa University, Citizens' Climate Lobby/Boulder Chapter.

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Where Does Water Come From?
Sep
7
6:30 PM18:30

Where Does Water Come From?

This panel discussion is the keynote of our annual Bonfils-Stanton Foundation series. The 2017 theme is water!

Have you wondered where your water comes from? Do you know that 50% of the water used in Denver comes from the Colorado River on the Western Slope? A presentation by Tom Cech from the One World One Water Center at MSU Denver is followed by a panel discussion with water experts from the Denver area. A Q&A session concludes the event.

$20, $15 member

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Benefit to Ban Fracking for the Boulder County Protectors (August 18th- Lafayette, Colorado)
Aug
18
7:00 PM19:00

Benefit to Ban Fracking for the Boulder County Protectors (August 18th- Lafayette, Colorado)

We were so successful at our last benefit, we decided to do it again! 

Benefit to Ban Fracking for the Boulder County Protectors

Featuring Music by: 

Shaela Noella and Friends
Jai Gobind Kaur
Silent Bear
Freya Wild
Jennifer Friedman

Speaker Cliff Wilmeng

More Perfromances TBA! 

Food and drink served by East Simpson Coffee Shop

$10 at the door

All proceeds go towards our legal defense fund to support prtoectors on the front lines banning fracking. 

Please plan to come and share this event. Many thanks!

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Peace Camp 2017
Jul
31
to Aug 4

Peace Camp 2017

  • Pikes Peak Justice & Peace Commission (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Our annual Peace Camp for kids grades 4 through 9 (entering Fall 2017) will run July 31 - Aug 4! With our professionally-developed curriculum, our partipants will have the opportunity to practice yoga and tai chi; learn anti-bullying tactics, both as a bystander and a victim; and participate in music and art enrichment workshops with community partners, including Concrete Couch! Only $125 for 9am - 5pm each day. Discount for J&P members and siblings. Sign up Today!

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Legal Training For Protectors - Know Your Rights
Jul
26
7:00 PM19:00

Legal Training For Protectors - Know Your Rights

Join Standging Rock legal defender and Red Owl lawyer Angla Bibens in a evening to discuss the legal rights, risks, and approches to defending our air and water. 

East Boulder County United will host the evening's presentation for people moving into activism that will include the stretegic use of nonviolent civil disobedience to protect our communities from impending oil and gas drilling. 

Bring your questions and ideas to this unique and important event. The legal training will help you get informed and plug into the larger organzing for the defense of Boulder County. 

Suggested donation: $10, no one will be turned away

Bio, Angela Bibens:
Angela Bibens (Santee Dakota) is the former ground coordinator for the Water Protector Legal Collective where she spent six months providing legal support services for the defense of water protectors in North Dakota. Angela is the founder of Colorado’s newest indigenous law firm, Red Owl Law. She is a 2006 graduate of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and admitted to practice in Colorado state courts, the federal district courts of Colorado and North Dakota, and the Oglala Sioux Tribal courts. Angela has experience in environmental and criminal defense, movement support, and expertise in the Indian Child Welfare Act.

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