Phone: 303-499-5777 (Boulder) & 720-600-4138 (Longmont)

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One Colorado Hiring Southern Colorado Organizer!

As you may have heard, the One Colorado Southern Colorado organizer, Jayne Sims has taken a full time position with Planned Parenthood. This is a great fit for her and they are happy that she has found something that she is really excited about. However, now have a part time position opening. The job description is posted below if you know anyone who might be interested!

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Out Boulder Pridefest a Brand New Experience!

I feel like one of those old late night commercial spokespeople, because Out Boulder's 2011 Pridefest is full of "but wait there's more" moments. This year Out Boulder's Pridefest is moving to Boulder's Central Park and has 3 solid days of events and a week of activity. (schedule below)

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Open Door Fund seeks Advisory Committee members!!

The Open Door Fund Advisory Committee is actively seeking new members from the LGBT and allied community to help in our fund raising and grant making and event planning activities. If interested, please speak to anyone you know on the committee, or reach out to Lori Dumler at chair@opendoorfund.org. We are eager for your participation and efforts to continue the great work of the Open Door Fund.

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'Dancing as a Revolutionary Act' by Glenda Russell

“If I can’t dance—I don’t want to be part of your revolution.” Emma Goldman

Out Boulder will sponsor a barn dance at the Altona Grange (39th and Nelson Road) on Saturday, June 11, from 6:00 to 10:00 PM. The wonderful bluegrass band, Giddyup Kitty, will provide music for everyone’s listening and boot-scooting pleasure.

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One Step at a Time!

On Friday, as dozens of youth stood watching, Governor John Hickenlooper signed into law a bill protecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students from the bullying, harassment, name-calling, and violence that they face far too often. This law is a tremendous step toward ensuring that LGBT young people can be out, safe, and respected in school.

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Out Boulder Wins statewide 2011 "Partners in Equality" award from the Colorado Human Rights Campaign!

Nomination Submitted to the Colorado Human Rights Campaign

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Responding to Hate: Lessons That We Have to Keep Learning

The recent brutal beating of Chrissy Lee Polis in Baltimore has sent ripples around the country. In addition to the direct effects on Ms. Polis of being beaten and hurt while being the target of cruel and derogatory claims, her attack is also in a real sense an attack against all transgeneder and gender variant people.

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Mythical Mythica

MYTHICA ART AT OUT
BOULDER

Local Artist
Showcased

Boulder, Colo: Mythica Von
Griffyn, well known for her beautiful, colorful chalk art, body painting and
charity fundraising events, is showing her work at the Pridehouse, 2132 14th
Street in Boulder.  Out Boulder
will be hosting Mythica art for the month of April. The art show opens April 8,
2011 at a special reception that is scheduled from 7 to 10 pm.

 

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Mythical Art at Out Boulder

MYTHICA ART AT OUT
BOULDER

Boulder, Colo: Mythica Von
Griffyn, well known for her beautiful, colorful chalk art, body painting and
charity fundraising events, is showing her work at the Pridehouse, 2132 14th
Street in Boulder.  Out Boulder will be
hosting Mythica art for the month of April. The art show opens April 8, 2011 at
a special reception that is scheduled from 7 to 10 pm.

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Why this Jewish Straight Ally thinks the Traveling Exhibition, “Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals,” is Important

On election night in1990, when Amendment 2 (the Colorado anti-gay ramendment), passed, I was with many of my friends in Denver hoping to celebrate its defeat.  Pre-vote estimates were 53-47% against passage.  As the evening progressed and passage became more certain, I found the fear in the pit of my stomach growing intense.  I couldn’t believe this was happening!  I couldn’t believe that Coloradoans could hate enough to strip civil protection in jobs and housing from the gay community.  It seemed certain that LGBT’s were in physical danger.