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All Undergraduate DACA/Undocumented students welcome!
Build your network among students, professionals and allies that support you on your journey to STEM and Health! This is a two-day conference tailored to the needs of DREAMer students wanting to go into the STEM and Health Fields!Find out more »
Join us at our 40th Anniversary! Have you heard about our programming? Come and learn about the various programs we're working on and hear directly from those most impacted! This is an opportunity to meet some of the many Faces of Spring and contribute to our critical mission through this low-key fundraiser.Find out more »
Plan to join us for delicious appetizers, drinks, and lots of fun while we raise funds to benefit Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition.
We are adding a fun twist by auctioning off the talents of your fellow CWBA members to raise funds.
Want to find out who can teach yoga? Who can write you a song? Or teach you how to make Indian food? Come join the fun and find out how you can bid on the chance to win some fun items in our live and silent auctions that will be handcrafted, baked, grown, created, or are personal talents.Find out more »
Have you ever read an article and felt what it was saying was completely wrong? Have you ever read an article that was a great explanation of a topic you are passionate about? After reading these articles, were you lost on what you could do to correct misperceptions or incorrect facts? Or had difficulty finding out a way to compliment the author of an article you truly loved?Find out more »
On Colorado Denim Day, April 24, 2019, state agencies, businesses, and other groups in Colorado are asked to allow their employees to pay $5 in exchange for wearing jeans on Denim Day. Employees wearing jeans will also receive stickers that they can wear to let everyone know why they are wearing jeans on Denim Day. Wearing jeans is a conversation-starter and visual sign of your support of survivors. Colorado Denim Day demonstrates the power of communities coming together to support survivors and take a stand against sexual violence.Find out more »
The Denver Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs & Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition are hosting a FREE Citizenship Workshop on Saturday, April 27th, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Find out more »
Let's celebrate Casa de Paz turning seven years old by... playing table tennis!
Many of you know Oliver, a former Casa de Paz guest. Some of you know he now lives at the Casa taking care of our guests.Find out more »
Es para nuestra organización un gran placer invitar a la comunidad venezolana este 30th de Abril a que nos acompañen en este extraordinario networking event. En esta oportunidad la reconocida institución " Emily Griffith Technical College institución fundada el 9 de Septiembre de 1916 por la educadora Emily Griffith y afiliada a Denver Public Schools, en su interés en apoyar a nuestra comunidad venezolana, nos presentaran las opciones disponibles y programas de los cuales nuestra comunidad, especialmente aquellos que desean expandir sus oportunidades en este bello país pueden tomar ventaja.Find out more »
Many of the residents of Denver Meadows and Colorado are working more than 40 hours for wages that aren’t enough to cover the skyrocketing rent prices, many immigrants who are the backbone and large part of the work force aren’t able to afford to live where they work and continue to be pushed out of their communities. On this May Day and first of the month -when the rent is due- a community who has advocated and organized for more than 3 year will rally at the aurora city council steps and declare that this May Day Deaver meadows residents who are renters, workers, and part of this community will continue to fight for housing justice in Aurora and in Colorado.Find out more »
We believe in Compassionate Justice. The spirit of this vigil is to lift the stories and experience of real people struggling to overcome the extreme consequences of ensnarement in our dehumanizing immigration and criminal justice systems. All people are important to the fabric of our community and deserve our support. Our unforgiving immigration system treats people cruelly and unfairly, both inside detention centers and through deportation that rips families and communities apart.Find out more »