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One Colorado Issues Statement on Senator Evie Hudak

Wednesday, November 27, 2013 For Immediate Release DENVER — This morning, after years of public service to the people of Colorado, Senator Evie Hudak submitted her letter of resignation to the Secretary of the Colorado Senate. In response, One Colorado – the state’s leading advocacy group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Coloradans and their families – releasedRead more >>

Recognizing November 20th, Transgender Day of Remembrance

Today, November 20th, One Colorado is observing the 15th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. As we come together to remember those whose lives have been lost to senseless violence against our community, we know we must also commit ourselves to making things better — for the one in five transgender Americans who report being refusedRead more >>

One Colorado Responds to Denial of Transgender Woman’s Preventive Care Due to Guidance from CDC

October 18, 2013 Captain Jacqueline Miller, MD Medical Director, National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 1600 Clifton Rd. Atlanta, GA 30333 Dear Dr. Miller: As the largest advocacy organization for Colorado’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community, we are concerned with a recent case of an uninsuredRead more >>

One Colorado Education Fund Releases New Report: “Facing Barriers: Experiences of LGBT People of Color in Colorado”

Anecdotal understanding of the ways that racism, homophobia, transphobia, and oppression play out in our society suggests that LGBT people of color face even greater challenges throughout their lives than white LGBT people. But little quantitative research currently exists to help us understand how race and sexual orientation or gender identity intersect – or howRead more >>

Just Released: One Colorado Education Fund’s 2012 Annual Report

One Colorado Education Fund’s 2012 Annual Report is now available, highlighting the progress we have made on behalf of LGBT Coloradans and their families. 2012 was a busy year for our community — from creating safe schools and advancing civil unions legislation, to expanding access to health care and building community alliances. Here are justRead more >>

One Colorado Issues Statement on Kent Lambert’s Remarks Likening Colorado’s Civil Unions Law to “Mind-Control Experiment”

Republican state Senator Kent Lambert recently claimed in an interview that Colorado’s civil unions law amounted to a “mind-control experiment” to force Coloradans “to believe in homosexual marriage.” On Thursday, September 26, in response to these remarks, One Colorado released the following statement: “Earlier this year, when the Colorado legislature took up the issue ofRead more >>

In Important Victory for LGBT Community, Kaiser Permanente Announces It Will Remove Transgender Health Exclusions for Colorado Plans

As new and improved coverage options become available through the implementation of health care reform, leading statewide LGBT advocacy group One Colorado is proud to announce that two insurers in Colorado will now be covering services for all Coloradans – including our transgender community. Kaiser Permanente publicly announced today that it will cover services forRead more >>

One Colorado to Be Honored for Health Care Work at Nation’s Leading LGBT Health Professionals Conference in Denver

From September 18-21, 2013, the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA) is hosting its 31st Annual Conference at The Curtis Hotel in downtown Denver. As part of the conference, GLMA is honoring various leaders in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community for their health care work – including One Colorado. One Colorado will receive theRead more >>

Pathway to Marriage Roadshow

  Starting on September 19th and continuing through the fall, One Colorado will be hitting the road to host a series of town hall meetings – part of a statewide tour to engage our community and begin laying the groundwork to secure the freedom to marry in Colorado. As we’ve said from the very beginning, the pathwayRead more >>

Brad’s Going Away Party

  As you might have heard, Brad Clark has announced his departure from One Colorado later this month.  All of us here are incredibly sad to see him go, but we’re going to hold back the sobs for a bit and throw him a farewell party.  Will you join us? From safe schools for LGBTRead more >>