What's Happening

Did you miss our LGBT Latino/a Community Meeting? Check out this recap from La Gente Unida!

A Latino LGBT town hall meeting was held September 22 at Unidos N Orgullo (UNO), a newly-formed Latino GLBT resource center located at the nonprofit Sisters of Color United for Education building in Denver. Sponsored by the newly-formed One Colorado (OC), the event was held to unveil the OC statewide survey findings pertinent to GLBTRead more >>

One Colorado issues statement regarding Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

Statewide LGBT advocacy organization applauds judge’s ruling and Colorado senators’ commitment to fairness and equality Yesterday, U.S. District Judge Virginia A. Phillips ruled what we’ve known for years—that the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) policy is unconstitutional and just plain wrong. “Although this ruling does not silence our discussion on DADT or stop ourRead more >>

Protect Colorado. Vote NO on 60, 61, & 101.

On November 2, we all have to make an critical choice about Colorado’s future. We have to decide how to vote on Amendment 60, Amendment 61, and Proposition 101—dangerous ballot initiatives that threaten our state’s jobs, schools, libraries, hospitals, prisons, roads, and more. One Colorado urges all Coloradans to vote NO on 60, 61, andRead more >>

Walk with us for pro-equality candidates in Northern and Southern Colorado

One Colorado PAC recently endorsed 50 candidates — Democrats and Republicans — in races across the state who will protect our families and our freedom. To help ensure a pro-equality majority, we have committed hundreds of volunteers hours, walking side-by-side with our endorsed candidates. Will you help us keep this commitment by volunteering to walkRead more >>

One Colorado issues statement on recent teenage suicides

Over the past two weeks, four young lives have been lost as a result of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment. In response, Brad Clark, Executive Director of One Colorado, a statewide organization dedicated to securing and protecting equality and opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Coloradans and their families, has issued the following statement. “WeRead more >>

What’s at stake for the LGBT vote in 2010

Friends, they’re at it again! You have probably heard by now that Personhood Colorado, the proponents of the deceptive and dangerous Amendment 48 in 2008, are still at it — they are again pushing a proposal to extend legal and constitutional rights to fertilized eggs in Colorado. This year’s version is Amendment 62, and weRead more >>

Walk with us for pro-equality candidates in Denver

Imagine waking up on November 3rd without a pro-equality majority in Colorado. Don’t be sorry! One Colorado PAC recently endorsed 50 candidates — Democrats and Republicans — in races across the state who will protect our families and our freedom. To help ensure a pro-equality majority, we have committed hundreds of volunteers hours, walking side-by-sideRead more >>

Pro-equality majority – make it happen

Opponents of equality have their sights set on the statehouse and Governor’s mansion this November. We need your help to elect a pro-equality majority. One Colorado PAC has endorsed 50 candidates — Democrats and Republicans — in races across the state who will protect our families and our freedom. Click here to see the candidatesRead more >>

Senator Bennet pledges to vote for DADT repeal

Senator Bennet has pledged to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell! You may have seen the video of Ellie and Lauren, the two young women who taped themselves and their friends making calls to Colorado Senator Michael Bennet. They let their voices be heard and called on Bennet to vote for the repeal of “Don’t Ask,Read more >>

We’re voting for Hickenlooper

As Governor, I will be committed to helping ensure that LGBT Coloradans have the same opportunity as other citizens to earn a living, be safe in their communities and take care of the ones they love. This is simply about being fair and decent. – John Hickenlooper, candidate for Governor of Colorado For the pastRead more >>