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One Colorado Call Night

Join us at the One Colorado office to call our supporters about LGBTQ equality! Sign up here | Invite friends on Facebook  What: LGBTQ Equality Phone Bank When: June 6th 6:00pm-8:30pm Where: One Colorado’s office, 1490 Lafayette St. Suite 304, Denver, CO 80218 We will have snacks and drinks for you. If you have a have aRead more >>

Help out at the People’s Fair!

 Join One Colorado and over 200,000 festival goers for the annual People’s Fair at Civic Center Park on June 3rd and 4th! Register as a volunteer here | Sign up for a shift here | Invite your friends on Facebook What: Volunteer at the People’s Fair Where: Civic Center Park. Denver, Colorado. 80202. When: Saturday, June 3rd at 8:30am – Sunday, JuneRead 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 >>

Denver Pride Rally for Equality

Let your voice be heard! Join One Colorado, the GLBT Center of Colorado, the Colorado LGBT Legislative Caucus, state leaders, activists, and community groups from throughout the state right after the Denver Pridefest Parade on the West Steps of the Colorado Capitol Building to rally for LGBTQ equality! Tell your friends on Facebook What: DenverRead 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 >>

Protect Our Care Coalition & One Colorado Statement on U.S. House to Take Away the Health Care of Millions

May 5, 2017 [original post] The U.S. House Just Voted to Take Away the Health Care of Millions: Colorado Representatives broke promise and voted to take away health care from hundreds of thousands of Coloradans “Today we saw the U.S. House of Representatives narrowly pass a disastrous bill that will end access to health coverage andRead more >>

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

May 2, 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 the re-introduction of the Equality Act in Congress today. “We applaud Colorado Senator Michael Bennet, and Representatives Jared Polis, Diana DeGette, and Ed Perlmutter,Read more >>

Joint Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and One Colorado Statement on Colorado Senate Defeat of ‘Religious Exemption Bill in Disguise’

April 18, 2017 Today, the Colorado State Senate voted down Senate Bill 283 – a bill that would have allowed businesses to claim any belief, including religious beliefs, gives them the right to refuse to follow non-discrimination laws they don’t like. Three Senate Republicans joined all the Senate Democrats in standing in opposition to theRead more >>

Colorado Business Leaders, Faith Leaders, Conservatives, and Community Groups Express Concern Over Passage of Broad Exemption Bill out of Colorado Senate Committee

April 12, 2017 Today, the State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee in the Colorado Senate voted 3-2 to pass Senate Bill 283, which will allow businesses and individuals to claim that any belief they hold — including religious beliefs — give them permission to exempt themselves from non-discrimination laws they don’t want to follow. ThisRead more >>