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Celebrating Black History Month

The stories and contributions of Black LGBTQ people often go unheard and unseen. But we believe that exploring the intersections of these identities is necessary to advancing our movements towards justice. That’s why, at One Colorado, we’re committed to learning from Black LGBTQ people who have been at the forefront of both the civil rightsRead more >>

One Colorado Issues Statement in Response to Ninth Circuit Decision on Perry v. Brown

Today, the Ninth Circuit Court released its decision on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, California’s 2008 voter-approved ban on marriage between gay couples. The Court upheld a lower court’s ruling that Proposition 8 is unconstitutional. In response to this ruling, Brad Clark, Executive Director of One Colorado—a statewide organization dedicated to securing and protecting equalityRead more >>

Brad & Jess Look Forward to LGBT Lobby Day 2012

In this week’s video, Brad reveals why he always wins at board games, and Jess looks forward to LGBT Lobby Day 2012 on Monday, February 27! Last year, more than 120 people joined us for a day of training and lobbying, and we hope to see even more of you this year. Join us toRead more >>

Registration is now open for the Statewide Convening on LGBT Youth

The Statewide Convening on LGBT Youth brings together people who work with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) young people to learn about their unique needs and experiences. Convening participants will have access to the latest tools and resources to develop skills for serving and addressing the concerns of LGBT youth. Join us at thisRead more >>

One Colorado Education Fund Releases “Invisible: The State of LGBT Health in Colorado”

Click here to download Invisible: The State of LGBT Health in Colorado. All across the country, and right here in Colorado, people struggle to gain access to the affordable, quality health care they deserve. While lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Coloradans face many of the same health-care challenges as heterosexual and non-transgender Coloradans, they alsoRead more >>

Thank You, Governor Hickenlooper!

In this week’s video, Brad and Jess discuss the exciting momentum that’s gathering around civil unions. Last week, the bill was introduced as SB-2, and our kick off brought together 125 people in Colorado Springs to get our campaign started off on the right foot. Then, to finish out the week, Governor Hickenlooper voiced strongRead more >>

Brad & Jess At the Capitol

This week, Brad and Jess are at the Capitol preparing for the start of the legislative session. Get all the details on civil unions, including bill introduction and how we see the next few months unfolding. Then get ready — there’s a lot of work ahead!

One Colorado Board Member Nita Mosby Henry Appointed Executive Director of Career Service Authority

The Career Service Board today appointed Nita Mosby Henry as the Executive Director of the Career Service Authority (CSA), the City’s Human Resource Department, following an extensive national search. Nita Mosby Henry has over 25 years of experience in Human Resources management and operations. Mosby Henry is nationally recognized for her work with healthcare andRead more >>

Brad & Jess Talk Civil Unions and the Beginning of the 2012 Legislative Session

We’re back! After weeks away, Brad and Jess are back again with an update on our work and our plans for the future! Next week, the 2012 Colorado Legislative Session will begin, and we’ll be working hard to advocate for the passage of a civil unions bill. Following last year’s heartbreaking vote to kill theRead more >>

Did You Miss Us?

We’re back! We know you’ve been wondering where our e-mail newsletter has been over the past few weeks, and we know you’ve missed us all terribly! But don’t worry, we’re back after a restful holiday, and we’re looking forward to keeping you informed online. As we head into the legislative session that starts next week,Read more >>