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Your Voice as a Health Care Provider Matters: Learn to Tell Your Story

Sign up here In the last couple of years, transgender people and issues have become more visible across Colorado. One of the most effective ways to continue that momentum is through storytelling. Come learn how to tell your story as a health care provider. We’ll give an overview of current research on messaging and thenRead more >>

Executive Director, Dave Montez’s, Remarks at the One Colorado Ally Awards

August 22, 2015 Welcome to the 2015 Ally Awards. We certainly have a lot to celebrate tonight! This year marks the 5th anniversary of the Ally Awards AND the 5th anniversary of One Colorado. Tonight we were supposed to honor someone who has done so much to change the political landscape and whose decades of dedication helpedRead more >>

Your Voice Matters: Learn to Tell Your Story

Sign up here In the last couple of years, transgender people and issues have become more visible across Colorado. One of the most effective ways to continue that momentum is through storytelling. Come learn how to tell your story — whether it’s to your friends, neighbors, elected officials, co-workers, or loved ones. We’ll give anRead more >>

Your Voice Matters: Learn to Tell Your Story

Sign up here In the last couple of years, transgender people and issues have become more visible across Colorado. One of the most effective ways to continue that momentum is through storytelling. Come learn how to tell your story — whether it’s to your friends, neighbors, elected officials, co-workers, or loved ones. We’ll give anRead more >>

Learn about transgender health in Grand Junction

LGBT Coloradans and their families face unique physical and mental health barriers — and that is especially true for transgender Coloradans. To dig a bit deeper into these issues, we are having an event in Grand Junction to present on the groundbreaking new report, “Transparent: The State of Transgender Health in Colorado.” Sign up hereRead more >>

Walk with One Colorado at AIDS Walk Colorado

One Colorado will be participating in Colorado AIDS Walk again this year! We would love to have you walk with us! Sign up to join our team here What: AIDS Walk Colorado When: Sat. August 15, 2015 — 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Where: Cheesman Park — 1599 E 8th Ave Denver, CO 80218 WeRead more >>

Supporting LGBTQ Students on the Western Slope: Community Conversation

Join us to hear more about what you can do to make sure schools on the Western Slope are safe and welcoming for all students! Sign up here: bit.ly/GJSchoolsMeeting Date: Wednesday, August 26th, 2015 Time: 5:00pm Doors: 4:00pm for refreshments and meet-and-greet Location: First Congregational Church 1425 N. 5th St. Grand Junction, CO 81501 (AcrossRead more >>

Know Your Rights: LGBT Health in Fort Collins

Please join One Colorado for a brief workshop to learn more about your rights as an LGBT patient, how to access care, and how to fight discrimination in health care. Sign up here When: Monday, September 14, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. Where: CSU – Lory Student Center Room 226 A lot has changed in healthRead more >>

One Colorado Statement on Remarks Made by Representative Gordon Klingenschmitt Calling for Gay Boy Scout Leaders to be Drowned

July 29, 2015 One Colorado released the following statement from Executive Director Dave Montez in response to nationally-publicized comments made by Colorado Spring Representative Gordon Klingenschmitt calling on the Boy Scouts of America to drown it’s gay scoutmasters – and asked that leaders of the Colorado Republican Party, and Republican leadership in the Colorado House of Representatives, condemnRead more >>

One Colorado Statement on the Introduction of the Equality Act in Congress

One Colorado released the following statement from Executive Director Dave Montez on the introduction of the Equality Act in Congress today.   “We applaud the introduction of the Equality Act. When it comes to earning a living, having a place to live, or being served by a business or government office, lesbian, gay, bisexual, andRead more >>