Repeats every month on March, April, May, June on the second Monday until Mon Jun 26 2017.
Monday, March 20, 2017 -
6:30pm to 8:00pm
Writing in the company of others is a powerful practice that benefits both new and experienced writers alike. In this group for the queer community, we will generate new writing, share with confidence, and give praise.
Led by queer psychotherapist and certified writing workshop leader RP Whitmore-Bard (she/her). Contact RP for registration details.
Recurring 2nd AND 4th Mondays, 6:30-8pm in Boulder
Recently, our nation has seen its people rise up in unparalleled large-scale movements like the Women's March, protests in airports opposing Islamaphobic travel bans, and the "Day Without a Woman" strike set for today, March 8th, to coincide with International Women's Day.
We learned yesterday that the Department of Education will no longer enforce Title IX to defend transgender students, with agreement from the new Secretary, Betsy DeVos. This decision comes under heavy pressure from Jeff Sessions and the Department of Justice. The broad reaching effect of this choice goes much further than just bathrooms; this change ends all rights and protections afforded to transgender youth under Title IX.
Kimberly Jackson presents Doors to Diversity: The role that mirrors and windows in literature play in the lives of our children. This is a discussion about the LGBTQ approved books and education initiatives in the St. Vrain Valley School District.
The life and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will be celebrated in Boulder through a repertoire of community-led events on Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. Boulder will honor Dr. King with a day of special activities that will inspire Boulder residents to action. The day’s schedule includes art exhibits, interactive workshops, poetry and discussions. This celebration, organized by community organizations and the City of Boulder, is sponsored by the city’s Human Relations Commission.