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AFSC/ Coloradans For Immigrant Rights Events:
Join us for our 2nd Tuesday Coloradans For Immigrant Rights meeting, June 9th, 2015 at 5:00 pm at 901 W 14th Ave, Suite #7. Well be discussing how to apply what we learned about the DAPA and DACA process to building the movement for immigrant justice in Colorado, among other things!
Please join us for the AFSC / CFIR Garden Party on June 23rd, 5-7 PM at the AFSC office 901 W. 14th Ave. Denver, CO 80204!
Join us for the AFSC/CFIR Garden Party on Tuesday, June 23rd from 5:00 - 7:00 pm. AFSC will provide hot, turkey and veggie dogs and buns and fixings. You are invited to join staff and PAC members in bringing some kind of hearty side.
We will celebrate the many contributions of CFIR member, Peter Peterson. Then Angelica will describe what the Program Area Committee (PAC) is and invite new members. We may even invite you to sign up to give monthly to AFSC. Then we'll have a grand time talking (about immigrant rights) and hanging out (with amazing activists and organizers).
Acompáñanos en la fiesta de AFSC/CFIR martes, 23 de junio de 5 a 7 de la tarde. AFSC va a proveer hot dogs, pan y cosas para poner encima. Ud. esta invitada a reunir con staff y miembros de nuestra mesa directiva en traer algo para compartir.
Vamos a estar celebrando las contribuciones de nuestro miembro, Peter Peterson. Después Angelica de nuestra mesa directiva local va a describir que es e invitar a nuevos miembros. De pronto le invitaremos a dar mensualmente a AFSC. Después nos divertiríamos halando (de derechos de inmigrantes) y disfrutando la compañía de activistas y organizadores increíbles.
Primero te ignoran, luego te ridiculizan, luego luchan contra ti, y entonces te gana. ~ (Gandhi)
Civil Desobediente Training/ Formación Desobediencia Civil
June 6, 2015 11 am-2 pm
All are welcome to attend this training hosted by the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition. The trainer, Robert Chanate will cover the basics of engaging in action and how to prepare your group.
Tod@s estan bienvenidos asistir esta entrenamiento patrocinado por la Cualicion Santuaro. El entrenedor Robert Chanate nos orienta en los basicos de planificar y realizar una accion y como preparar tu grupo. Traducción estará disponible.
Location: First Unitarian Society of Denver (FUSD)
1400 Lafayette St.
For more information, contact: Arnie Carter at: 303-830-0487 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Coloradans For Immigrant Rights, AFSC's member based group will now be meeting every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 5:00 to about 6:30 at 901 W 14th Ave, Suite #7. The 2nd Tuesday of the month will be fiercely dedicated to CFIR planning and strategy. The 4th Tuesday of every month will be dedicated to deepening our understanding on key issues facing the immigrant justice community, often these are called skill shares. Meetings will be on June 9th, June 23rd, July 14th, July 28th, August 11th, August 25th, September 8th, September 22.
The Not1More table is a place for families fighting their deportation cases to come together and share strategies, tactics and gather support from other families and organizations. We meet the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month from 5-6:30 at the AFSC office 901 W. 14th Ave., Suite 7, Denver 80204. The next meetings are June 4, June 18, July 9, July 23, Aug. 13, Aug. 27, Sept. 10 and Sept. 24. If you cant come in person but want to participate via phone contact Gabriela Flora at AFSC email@example.com.
AFSCs monthly vigil at the GEO detention center at 30th and Peoria are the first Monday of the month at 6 PM. The upcoming vigils are July 6, Aug. 3, Sept. 7 and Oct. 5. If your organization is interested in co-sponsoring a vigil please contact Jordan Garcia (JGarcia@afsc.org).
Other Amazing Events Statewide:
Press Conference and Protest: Save Mario
Friday, June 5th at 10:45am - 11:45am
Downtown Detention Center - City & County Of Denver
In front of Van Cise-Simonet Detention Center, 490 W. Colfax Avenue
My brother Mario has been in Denver County Jail for the last two years. In February something happened to him at the jail, we're still not sure what, and since then his health has been going downhill fast. His speech is mumbled and garbled and he's lost 100 pounds. He can no longer walk on his own and has developed bed sores.
A judge ordered him evaluated and moved to a medical facility, but that hasn't happened. Tomorrow is the deadline the court ordered him to be evaluated by and there's no date set. Judge Egelhoff has been delaying ordering Mario moved despite the fact that all other parties agree the jail can't care for him. In order for the Judge to order him moved, Mario needs an evaluation that the jail has not provided.
We have been patient for close to two months now, waiting for the system to get Mario to a place where his needs will be met. The jail medical staff agree Mario needs to be moved, but his time is running out. We can't be patient anymore.
NO ENEMIES Songleader Training/Skillshare
Friday, June 5th at 7:00pm - 9:30pm
Capitol Heights Presbyterian Church - 1100 Fillmore St, Denver, CO 80206
NO ENEMIES creates spaces for musicians, organizers, and everyone else to practice raising our voices together.
At this event we will focus on the skills, logistics, and nuances of leading group of people songs and chants at protests, rallies, demonstrations, meetings, and other forms of public witness. Which songs have been working the best at recent events? What are the challenges? How can we best teach songs on the spot?
The event is part training, part skillshare, part hootenannie. We will do exercises to teach one another new songs, we will share best practices we've learned in our experiences, and we will take some time just to get down...
This event is open to any and all interested in helping others to raise their voices!!
First Friday This Friday, June 5
Colorado Progressive Coalition participates in Santa Fe Drives First Friday. This Friday, June 5, the 700 Kalamath Street building where CPC is located will be full of activity with information tables from our nonprofit partners, live broadcasts from KGNU and Denver Open Media, and food trucks in front of the building. In addition, Denver Open Media will host an Open Music Session featuring the band Straight White Teeth performing from 7pm to 10pm at 700 Kalamath Street.
FLOR y CANTO (FLOWER and SONG) is the name of the fundraiser to be held Friday, June 5, 5:30 p.m.to 9:00 p.m., at the Regis University campus located at West 52nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard in Denver. Presented by the nonprofit Escuela Tlatelolco, the event will feature dinner and an awards ceremony to honor Champions of Change recipients for their commitment to equality, freedom, justice and peace. All proceeds will go to Escuela Tlatelolco, the Chicano alternative school founded in the late 1960s by the Chicano civil rights group called Crusade for Justice. Tickets are $75.00 per person. For tickets, send an email to et@EsculelaTlatelolco.org
Escuela is the Spanish word for school and Tlatelolco was the name of the city that was the center of education and fine arts during the Aztec Empire and later became the site used for education by the Spanish colonialists. The name Tlatelolco honors the indigenous ancestors of Chicanos who were committed to education and who lost their lives serving their people. Denvers above-mentioned alternative school, Escuela Tlatelolco, also adopted the name to honor the students who were massacred by the Mexican Government for protesting the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.
Escuela Tlatelolco is an independent, nonprofit, dual language school that serves predominantly low-income students pre-kindergarten through grade 12 high school. For 43 years, the school has maintained a 90% high-school graduation rate. In 2012, their 90% graduation rate compared to Latino students having only a 55% graduation rate in Denver Public Schools. Since 1970, 73% of Escuela Tlatelolco high-school graduates went on to complete undergraduate college degrees, 22% completed graduate-school degrees and 28% own businesses.
June 5 - June 28 @ Aurora Cultural Arts District - 1400 Dallas St, Aurora, Colorado 80010
Tonos Latinos es un festival donde la literatura, el arte y la música se funden para delinear los tonos candentes de nuestra tierra.
Habrá eventos todo el mes de junio aparte de la exhibición. Venga a ver más de cerca!
"Latin Tones" is A festival where Literature, Art and Music melt together to outline the warm tones of Latin America.
There will be events throughout the month of June besides the art exhibit. Come take a closer look!
Aurora Welcome Center 1st Annual Cultural Celebration
Mark your calendars for the Aurora Welcome Centers 1st Annual Cultural Celebration! The Aurora Welcome Center is a collaboration between nonprofits in Aurora serving the immigrant and refugee community, and RAP is one of the leading partners in the Center. This is the AWCs first community event and there will be multicultural food, dancing, and games for kids. Bring your family and celebrate our diverse community! The event will start off with a soccer game at 9 am. If youre interested in playing, email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up! The Cultural Celebration will be on June 6 from 10-1 PM at 1085 Peoria St, Aurora CO 80011.
The City of Westminster Irving St. Library is hosting the 4th "Immigration: Current Trends" program on Saturday June 6th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm in the Community Room. The library is located at 7392 Irving St., Westminster, CO 80030.
A panel of experts will speak on the Deferred Action for Parents (DAP) and the Expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). They will also address questions from participants. This is a free program and no registration is required. Thanks for your help in informing the community of this event. Please address any questions to Lu Wright, Adult Services Librarian at 303.658.2313. Thank you! Emily Brooks, Volunteer - Program Aide, email@example.com
Constructing Justice: Campaign launch
Tuesday, June 9 at 11:00am at Auraria Campus - 900 Auraria Pkwy, Denver, Colorado 80204
Over the last few years the Denver construction industry has boomed, with new high rises scraping the skyline and brand new luxury apartments being built on what seems like every other street, yet workers have not risen along with the industry.
On June 9th at 11am we will rally as Denver painters and their allies come together to demand dignity, respect and a voice on the job!
We will be meeting outside the Tivoli Student Union for a press conference and rally.
Meet & Greet with Aurora Police Chief Metz (potluck)
Wednesday, June 10 at 6:00pm
Rights for All People
Join us on Wednesday, June 10th for an opportunity to meet the Aurora Police Department new Chief of Police. Come ask questions and get to know Chief Metz. It will be a potluck so bring your favorite dish to share!
Acompáñenos el Miércoles, Junio 10 para la oportunidad de conocer al nuevo Jefe de Policía de Aurora. Venga haga preguntas y conozca a el Jefe Metz. Sera de "traje" !traiga su platillo favorito para compartir!
For more information please contact Daniela at (303) 893-3500 x4 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us at the Justice for All Center in Denver on June 12th. It'll be a packed two hours on the latest social media tools and tactics that unions and other social justice groups across the country are using to engage members and win campaigns.
Click here for details on what we'll cover and to register: https://smt.nationbuilder.com/denver_workshop_2015_social_media?utm_source=smt&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=Denver&can_id=77a06311c9bde79069cc0d9a4c7eeb4e&email_referrer=youre-invited-denver-social-media-for-organizing-training
We strongly recommend sending multiple people from your group, so you have a team that's been exposed to the same thing to help support implementation. A super low group rate is available to help with that, especially for those registering by May 29th.
Hoping to meet you on June 12! ~ Hannah, Social Movement Technologies, a union non-profit, 860.306.7447
P.S. Can you help spread the word? Our contact list is small. Many organizers won't hear about this unless allies help. If you can, please forward this email, and share.
DJPC's Springtime Build-for-Peace
Rescheduled for Saturday, June 13, 2015, 9:00 AM - 1 PM
Our Build-for-Peace was originally scheduled with Family Homestead for May 2nd, but had to be cancelled. So now it is rescheduled with EarthLinks for Saturday, June 13th.
That means you have another chance! You can still join the team of "Builders", provided you get your sponsors in advance. Or you can still sponsor one of the "Builders", who are: Bob Carlsten, Lynn Farquhar, Richard Kruch, Terry Ruby, Francine Schwarzenberger, Jerry Stookey, Joy Warner, Elliot Williams, Shirley Whiteside, Joshua Zielinski
To sponsor one of these Builders, CLICK HERE and fill out the on-line donation form.
Be sure to write in the name of the "Builder" you want to sponsor.
Or send a check made to DJPC Education Fund with the name of the "Builder" you are sponsoring in the Memo line and mail to: DJPC, P.O. Box 12403, Denver, CO 80212.
And THANK YOU for your support!
Our goal is to raise $5000 (but imagine if each "builder" solicited $1000 in donations, so we could double that!) Build-for-Peace is a fundraiser that keeps DJPC alive and well in order to do the real work we want to do: building a more just and peaceful global society!
"We always have lots of fun, too!" "You don't get what you don't ask for. Ask!" John Proctor
THREE - WAY WIN!
1. "Builders" solicit sponsors whose donations support DJPC.
2. EarthLinks gets DJPC volunteer "builders" for free.
3. Homeless and low-income folks get our support to end their isolation.
MY HEALTH MY VOICE is the title of the workshop to be presented on Saturday, June 13, 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Sponsored by the nonprofit Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights, the workshop will be a womans step-by-step guide to using health insurance and being aware of resources that are available to help. Although the workshop is designed for women who already have health insurance, the uninsured are welcome to attend. To learn the address, register at: www.bit.ly/1Defr7C
9to5's 2nd Annual Regional Leadership Conference
Jun 13 at 8:00am to Jun 14 at 5:00pm
Mile High United Way - 711 Park Ave West, Denver, Colorado 80205
Tickets Available - www.9to5.org
(Seguido en español)
Don't miss this exciting opportunity!
9to5 Colorado's 2nd Annual Regional Leadership Conference (RLC) is a weekend dedicated to leadership development for our members with organizing trainings, media and storytelling workshops, and anti-oppression sessions. It's a really great opportunity to get deeper knowledge on how we organize winning campaigns, and to take your advocacy skills to the next level, attend issue area breakouts, and much, much more!
Full scholarships available! Visit our registration page atwww.9to5.org/coloradorlc to learn more.
¡No te pierdas este emocionante fin de semana!
9to5 Colorado tendrá su segundo Conferencia de Liderazgo Regional Anual, es un fin de semana dedicado al desarrollo de liderazgo para nuestros miembros a través de entrenamientos de cómo organizar, talleres de medios de comunicación y de cuentacuentos, y sesiones de anti-opresión. ¡Es una gran oportunidad para obtener un conocimiento más profundo sobre cómo podemos organizar campañas ganadoras y para llevar sus habilidades de promoción al siguiente nivel, asistir a sesiones específicos y mucho, mucho más!
¡Becas Disponibles! ¡Habla con una organizadora para apender mas!
The first annual Historias event is being produced by El Centro Board member, and well respected hair stylist and educator, Charlie Price. Charlie's passion for the work of El Centro inspired him to introduce his professional network to the organization. The result will be a high energy, creative showcase of the most inspired and outrageous hair and fashion from 10 of Denver's hottest salons.
This fundraising event is intended to bring community together and raise awareness about the human aspect of the immigration issues in the U.S. and the importance of worker's rights. Worker member stories will be highlighted at the event along with a video that illustrates the core beliefs that connect individual from Denver's fashion industry to the Centro Humanitario community.
"Historias" will be held at Exdo Event Center, 1399 35th St., located in the RiNo Neighborhood from 5:30-10pm on Sunday June 14th.
Tickets are $20 available for purchase online, by check/cash at El Centro
or any of the participating Salons, tickets also available at the door.
Click here to purchase tickets online - be sure to enter "Historias" under special instructions and include the names of those who will be attending the event- write Donate Ticket if you can't make it and want to purchase a ticket to be donated.
All proceeds benefit Centro Humanitario - Colorado's only worker center dedicated to the promotion of rights and well-being of low wage workers, specifically day laborers and domestic workers. https://www.facebook.com/events/1594254164155370/
We would like to officially invite you to join us for our second annual Solidarity Soiree. The event will happen on Tuesday, June 16th, 2015 at Casselman's Bar and Venue in Denver, Colorado. Get ready to be inspired by our keynote speaker, Nikki Fortunato Bas the Executive Director of the Partnership for Working Families. Nikki works with the Partnerships coalitions across the country to harness the power of cities and transform our economy, environment and democracy. She joined the Partnership after serving as the Executive Director of one of its founding affiliates, the East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy (EBASE), and as PWF's Board Chair. She brings over 20 years of experience in coalition building and campaigning around economic development, worker and immigrant rights, and environmental justice. She played leadership roles in EBASEs ground-breaking good jobs agreement for the redevelopment of the Oakland army base, Sweatshop Watchs landmark joint liability law for Californias garment industry, and the formation of worker centers in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Get ready to celebrate extraordinary community leaders, non-profits and union leaders making a difference in the Denver Region! Get ready for music, a solidarity silent auction and fun surprises you won't want to miss! Reserve your seat today!
Tickets are $50 a piece. Table sponsorship is available. Plus, if you like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter we will enter you in a drawing to win a free ticket to the party! Sponsorship opportunities are available, contact me at email@example.com for more information! I can't wait to see you there.
In Solidarity, Felicia Griffin, Executive Director
25 Years of Fighting for Justice to Improve Jobs, Working Conditions & Wages
25 Años Luchando por la Justicia, Mejores Trabajos, Condiciones de Trabajo & Sueldos
This June marks the 25th anniversary of the brutal attack on the protesting janitors during a peaceful march in Los Angeles. Even after the attack, the demonstration persisted.
Este junio marca el 25 aniversario de la demostración en Los Ángeles cuando atacaron trabajadores durante una marcha pacifica de janitors. A pesar del violento ataque, siguieron la marcha.
Join us on Thursday, June 18th, 2015 to commemorate the march that launched a social movement across the nation.
Únase a conmemorar 25 Años Luchando por la justicia, mejores trabajos, condiciones de trabajo y sueldos.
11:00 am Unite with us at Lincoln Park
Reunimos en Lincoln Park
11:30 am Program
After the march, join us for a BBQ.
Después de la marcha, habrá un asada.
SEIU Union Hall, 2525 W Alameda Ave, Denver 80219.
Denver Pride Fest | Trans Queer Im/migrant Contingent
Sunday, June 21at 9:00am
Cheesman Park, Denver
Se parte del Festival Del Orgullo en Denver!
Marchemos juntos en el desfile, para dejarle saber a la comunidad que existimos y pedimos dignidad, respeto & "Liberación No Deportación" para la comunidad LGBTQ latinX e im/migrante.
Gente de todas las edades & nuestros aliados son bienvenidos! Tragase a su familia (de sangre o escogida)
*Tendremos mas detalles sobre la planeación y donde nos vamos a reunir.
Take part at this year's Denver Pride Fest!
Let's march together in the parade, let the community know that we exist and we demand dignity, respect &"Liberation Not Deportation" for our LGBTQ LatinX community.
All ages and allies are welcomed! Bring your chosen families.
*We will let you know details on the planning and gathering as we get them.
Bailamos for Immigrant Justice
Friday, June 26 at 6:30pm
La Rumba - 99 W 9th Ave, Denver, Colorado 80204
Vengan and dance (or just hang out) for justice for all people. Come and become part of the movement to fix our broken immigration system and increase the quality of life for Colorado immigrants.
Friday is La Rumba's bachata, cumbia, reggaeton, and merengue night.
Bachata lessons will be provided by professional dance instructors for $10 at 8:00 pm and for free at 9:30 pm since you will definitely want to stay and dance.
Rights for All People (RAP) is one of the few organizations in Colorado that is led by immigrants and people of color. RAP is a community non-profit that brings the voices of immigrants and allies to the struggle for equality, mutual respect and social justice through community organizing,leadership development and civic engagement.
RAP has been successful in building the power of immigrants in Aurora and in Colorado and has received national attention for our work such as:
- Working with the Aurora Police Department around immigration status issues.
- Leading the fight back at the legislature when anti-immigrant forces fought to defund Drivers License for All and engaging Lt. Governor Joe Garcia on the issue.
- Securing commitment from Aurora City Jail and Arapahoe County Jail to ensure that jails will no longer hold immigrants for immigration enforecement.
- Advised Senator Michael Bennet's staff on needed language in the Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill passed by the Senate in 2014.
Come and help RAP and our members continue our important work.
This event is 21 and older. No exceptions.
A GOLF TOURNAMENT will benefit the nonprofit Latina Safehouse on Friday, June 26, at Willis Case Golf Course located at 4999 Vrain Street in Denver. Sponsorships and individual golfers are welcome to participate. Foursome and individual sponsorships include a cart and lunch. For details, contact Golf Chairman Ray Garcia via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
ON GOING EVENTS:
RIGHTS FOR ALL PEOPLE Citizenship classes begin this week! If you or someone you know wants to learn more about the application process, the questions on the citizenship test, or how to prepare for the citizenship interview, come to the first class to learn more!
Schedule: Mondays and Tuesdays from 6-8:30 PM for 8 weeks (March 23- May 12)
Fridays and Saturdays from 12:30-3:00 PM for 8 weeks (March 28- May 16)
Location: RAP office, 1085 Peoria St, Aurora CO 80011.
Childcare is provided for the Friday/Saturday class for a one-time cost of $15. If will be needing childcare, please let us know ahead of time (303) 537-5285.
Las clases de ciudadanía empiezan esta semana! Si usted o algún conocido quiere aprender cómo se aplica para la ciudadanía, cuáles son las preguntas en el examen, o cómo se prepare para la entrevista, venga a la primera clase para informarse!
Horario: Lunes y martes 6-8:30 PM por 8 semanas (Marzo 23- Mayo 12)
Viernes y sábado 12:30-3:00 PM por 8 semanas (Marzo 28- Mayo 16)
Lugar: la oficina de RAP, 1085 Peoria St, Aurora CO 80011.
Cuidado de niños está disponible para las clases viernes y sábado por un costo singular de $15. Si usted sabe que necesitará cuidado de niños, por favor contáctese con la maestra con anticipación al número (303) 537-5285.
Leaves getting you down?
Hustling to get projects done before the holidays?
Looking for a caterer for your annual staff party?
Hire some Workers from El Centro!!!
This summer El Centro's members voted to maintain
a new hourly rate of $12/hour
**Rates are based on the nature of the job, please ask.
Request a worker on-line or call 303-292-4115,
Hours of Operation are Mon-Fri 6-2pm
**call ahead if you would like to hire a worker on the weekend.
For more information go to
Help get the word out: If you or anyone you know has not been paid for work rendered, El Centro (in partnership with DU Law School and private attorneys) hosts a Wage Theft Legal Clinic on the first Monday of every month from 6-8pm.
For more information or to talk about a wage claim, contact Marco Nuñez at 303-292-4115 or email@example.com
Thanks to a partnership with Towards Justice and DU Law, victims of Wage Theft may meet with an intake specialist at El Centro (2260 California St.) during the following hours:
Monday-5-7pm, Tuesday-12-2pm, Wednesday-12-2pm
, Thursday- 5-7pm
ENGLISH as a SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) classes are held every Friday, 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Offered by the nonprofit Latina Safehouse, the ESL classes are open to women of all ages. Supplies are provided to attendees, and child care is available. To learn the location of the classes and other information, call Latina Safehouse at (303) 433-4470.
POSITION: Human Migration and Mobility Director
REGION/DEPARTMENT: Central Office/US Programs
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/12/2015
STATUS: Full Time
LOCATION: Philadelphia, PA preferred (for exceptional candidates, willing to consider another established AFSC location)
SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Human Migration & Mobility Director works to increase the effectiveness and impact of AFSC's immigrant rights work by overseeing implementation of the HMM Strategic Plan, and leading development of periodic Plan revisions and updates.
Colorado Jobs With Justice is hiring an entry-level Solidarity Organizer! See the full job description and how to apply on their website. Most importantly, this job does not require previous professional organizing experience, and our timeline to hire is very quick, so please apply ASAP!
Community Organizer Job Description Mi familia Vota
Interested candidates to send a cover letter, resume and references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply online at: http://goo.gl/forms/LuIYLmbevo
Is your place in the movement? Padres y Jovenes has open positions for an Office Assistant, Youth Organizer, and Database Specilaist. Click to download the job descriptions and follow the instructions to apply. In addition to being a ground-breaking organization for educational justice, we offer competitive pay and benefits. Apply today!
See below for two exciting opportunities to join our staff. Organizing Director and Office Manager. For internship opportunities, please email email@example.com.
Download CIRC Communications & Membership Coordinator job announcement by clicking on link: http://org2.salsalabs.com/o/5016/images/Job%20Announcement-CIRC%20Communications%20and%20Memberhsip%20Coordinator-2015.pdf
RESC is seeking a Policy Analyst/Communications Associate who will advocate and conduct outreach for FRESC campaigns, work with strategic partner organizations and coalitions, communicate with individual workers, local residents, decision¬makers, and allies, develop and support individual leadership skills, facilitate group and committee work, and plan and execute an overall communications strategy to forward and externally represent FRESCs work.
Are you the one we're looking for??
For more information, please click here: http://fresc.org/fresc-is-hiring-3/
For details of job openings through the Denver City Government, click:
For details of job openings through the Colorado State Government, click:
For details of job openings in the nonprofit sector, click:
Other job openings and career opportunities in Colorado can be found through a free resource that matches job seekers and businesses seeking employees. Go to www.ConnectingColorado.com
Eat for Peace!
Purchase a King Soopers Debit Card to benefit AFSC: This is a great way to contribute to AFSC! Purchase an AFSC/King Soopers debit card for $25. Add money to your KS debit card using cash, check or credit card. Every time you add money to the debit card, 5% goes to AFSC. Your debit card is good all year long, every year. AFSC/KS Debit Cards can be used at City Market or Loaf N Jug or any other Krogers Store.
Coloradans For Immigrant Rights, a project of the AFSC, is a group of allies and immigrants who work together to educate the citizen community while supporting the efforts and voices of immigrants. We share our knowledge and skills to plan actions, strategize and address the challenges we face in our schools, communities of faith and the public. Members write letters to the editor; testify and participate in legislative visits; attend and organize rallies and counter-protests supporting immigrant justice; and lead workshops with faith communities, educators, and community and business groups about immigration. Coloradans For Immigrant Rights envisions communities that welcome all people, regardless of immigration status... we need you to make this vision a reality!