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RACISMo Zero Series 5 Movimiento por la Justicia
August 18 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
RACISMo Zero Series
Raíces Brewing Co, Denver Councilwoman Jamie Torres District 3, and panelists join forces to provide information, bring consciousness, and reform on topics about racism.
We have divided the series into 5 sections. We understand the need of discussing topics to different
audiences and elevate the dialogue, narratives, and identities.
Within the discussions we examine racism and its historic and present-day impact, we provide information on effective protest and activism, on how
to be anti-racist, nuances of racism, human rights, and policy.
The series will be provided on-site from July 21st – August 18th at Raíces Brewing Co. (2060 W. Colfax Ave. Denver CO 80204) from 5:30 pm- 8:00 p.m. By state mandate, only 50 guests are currently allowed inside the taproom.
To attend, you must register at
for the specific days.
Notice there are specifics on ages and languages depending on the section provided (refer to descriptions below). Everyone can also access the discussions virtually through Raíces Brewing Company’s FB Live.
5. Movimiento por la Justicia: Know your rights. August 18th, 2020
Open to 16 years old and up to learn about Human Rights and Policy
• Jessica Howard, ACLU
• Nita Gonzales
• Dr. April Alexander-TBD
• Sky Morris-TBD
• Maria Sepulveda-Facilitator
Mask required by all attendees. Masks will be available for sale at the event for your convenience.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Guests must be seated by 6 pm and are expected to stay for the program till 8 pm.
Guests will check-in and wait to be seated. Table preference will be on a first-come-first-served basis. Guests will wait to be served at the tables at all times. No bar service.
Tables will be placed 8 feet apart and marked. Guests are not allowed to move tables from marked spaces. Groups are not allowed to commingle with other groups.
Sanitation stations will be available.
Bathrooms: Floors are marked 6ft apart at Raíces’ hall toward the bathrooms. One person or family at a time is allowed in the restrooms.