One Colorado Releases Report on Colorado Schools’ Anti-Bullying Efforts for LGBTQ Students
August 23, 2017 One Colorado, the state’s leading advocacy organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Coloradans and their families, released the following statement from Executive Director Daniel Ramos on a new publication that reports on school districts’ anti-bullying efforts for LGBTQ students in Colorado over the past six years. The report, Safe SchoolsRead more >>
Welcome back to school! Sign up for a GSA Leadership Summit!
Summer is coming to a close and it’s back to school for another great year! The first days of a new school year are exciting and busy for everyone – new school supplies, teachers, and classes, reuniting with friends, and making new ones. But for many lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students, that excitement can be accompaniedRead more >>
One Colorado Statement on President Trump’s Announcement Banning Transgender Americans from Serving in the U.S. Military
July 26, 2017 One Colorado released the following statement from Executive Director, Daniel Ramos, on President Trump’s announcement that transgender people can no longer serve in the U.S. Military. “President Trump just attacked thousands of patriotic transgender Americans who already serve in our military and who put their lives on the line every day toRead more >>
Broad Coalition of Colorado Business Leaders, Faith Leaders, and Community Groups Issue Statement on U.S. Supreme Court Granting Review of Masterpiece Cakeshop Case
June 26, 2017 Today, Freedom for All Coloradans — a broad coalition of Colorado business leaders, faith leaders, and community groups — released the following statement regarding the Supreme Court’s decision to hear the Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The Court will review a decision from the Colorado Court of Appeals, whichRead more >>
One Colorado Releases 2017 LGBTQ Equality Legislative Scorecard
One Colorado’s Legislative Scorecard highlights the priorities of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) Coloradans and their families in the 2017 legislative session. In our scorecard, you will find accurate, nonpartisan information on bills related to LGBTQ equality and how each member of the legislature voted on issues that affect Colorado’s LGBTQ community. DuringRead more >>
WEAR YOUR PRIDE with One Colorado’s 2017 Pride T-shirts!
Wear your PRIDE with One Colorado’s 2017 Pride T-Shirt. Made of soft cotton, polyester, and rayon, it offers breathability and comfort. It’s a slightly heathered t-shirt with rainbow Colorado graphic that lists all 64 Colorado counties and it truly shows that #WEAREONECO. BUY YOUR SHIRT HERE! BUY YOUR SHIRT HERE! Thank youRead more >>
One Year After Pulse: Events and Other Ways to #HonorThemWithAction
As the one year mark of Pulse approaches, we invite you to join us once again to #HonorThemWithAction. Denver What: Orlando United Event: 1 Year Anniversary of the Pulse Tragedy Hosted by PFLAG Denver When: June 12th at 6:30 PM – 10:30 PM Where: Cheesman Park, Denver, Colorado 80218 Grand Junction What: 49 Bells – Pulse NightRead more >>
March and Volunteer with One Colorado at Prides Across the State!
LGBTQ Pride season is here! Pull on a new One Colorado t-shirt, sign up new supporters of LGBTQ equality, and join in the fun this summer. We’ll be at prides and festivals across the state! Volunteer or march with us where YOU live! Denver Latino Pride (5/28): Sign up to volunteer here: http://one-co.co/2017LatinoPride Tell your friendsRead more >>
Our 2017 legislative session wrap-up
How did LGBTQ Coloradans and their families fare in the 2017 legislative session? Colorado’s 2017 legislative session ended yesterday, and with it came mixed results for many measures that impacted lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Coloradans. The Good Updating Colorado’s bias-motivated harassment law: House Bill 1188 was passed and signed into law this week.Read more >>
One Colorado’s Statement on State Senate’s Decision to Not Confirm LGBTQ Coloradan to Colorado Civil Rights Commission
May 5, 2017 Today, the Colorado State Senate voted 18-17 on party lines against the confirmation of Heidi Hess, an LGBTQ Coloradan, to the Colorado Civil Rights Commission as a community-at-large member. One Colorado, the state’s leading advocacy organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Coloradans and their families, released the following statement fromRead more >>