Results from our post legislative session survey
In this week’s video, Jess critiques Brad, and Brad explains the results of the post legislative session survey we conducted a couple of months ago. While many of you want to see our civil unions and safe schools work continue–with more opportunities for community involvement–we were excited by so many of you expressing a desireRead more >>
Save the Date for the LGBT People’s Caucus
LGBT Coloradans and our allies have power. The power to create real, lasting change in our communities, our towns, and our state. And that’s what the LGBT People’s Caucus is all about—coming together to harness our power to advance equality in Colorado. Whether you’re interested in advocating for civil unions or learning more about theRead more >>
On Saturday, August 20, One Colorado Education Fund will host The Ally Awards, a festive garden party to celebrate straight allies who are advancing equality in our state. Also, on this special summer evening, we’ll honor four Coloradans who have made a substantive difference in the lives of LGBT people. We’re proud to announce ourRead more >>
Brad and Jess and the U.S. Census
This week, Brad and Jess tackle a very serious topic: the U.S. Census. You don’t want to miss it.
What New York marriage equality means for Colorado
After a historic vote, New York became the sixth and most populous state in the country to enact marriage equality. Committed, loving couples will now be able to make a life-long promise to take care of one another, and it’s all because four Republican Senators were brave enough to stand on the right side ofRead more >>
Chatting with Denver’s First Out City Council Member
In this week’s video, learn why Brad and Jess have never run for office and watch as they chat with Robin Kniech, the first openly LGBT person elected to Denver City Council. Together, the three discuss Robin’s plans for representing the LGBT community, and they consider what it means to be the first out cityRead more >>
Want flu with those fries? Wonder why your latte is extra foamy today?
Almost 40% of Denver workers do not receive paid sick days, including 72% of food service workers. These folks are forced to choose between going to work sick and losing pay. Many even lose their jobs if they dare to call in sick. That’s why One Colorado is proud to be a part of CampaignRead more >>
Thank you to our Denver PrideFest volunteers, marchers, and dancers!
Denver PrideFest 2011 was a huge success because of you! Our volunteers at the booth helped us gather thousands of petition signatures in support of the Uniting American Families Act, and our marchers and dancers ensured that we made quite a splash at the parade. We are so thankful to everyone who celebrated Pride withRead more >>
A message from Senator Mark Udall
Senator Mark Udall has been a champion for LGBT equality in Washington, DC. From his leadership on the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell to his sponsorship of critical bills like the Respect for Marriage Act and the Uniting American Families Act–he has courageously demonstrated his unwavering commitment to ensuring that all Americans can earnRead more >>
Bennet Cosponsors Bill to Repeal DOMA
Bennet: Married Same Sex Couples Deserve Equal Treatment by the Federal Government Washington, DC – Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet today released the following statement on cosponsoring a bill to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). “The federal government should no longer pick and choose which legal marriages to recognize,” Bennet said. “Married same-sexRead more >>