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Together Colorado Statement: The Supreme Court Decision on Affirmative Action 

As a multifaith, multiracial, and anti-racist organization, Together Colorado is deeply disappointed by the recent Supreme Court decision to end race-based affirmative action in higher education.

Padres de familia y líderes comunitarios de Juntos Colorado recibieron fondos para lanzar nuevos programas de asociación familiar en el Distrito Escolar Adams 14 

A principios de 2023, los líderes de Juntos Colorado en Nuestra Señora Madre de la Iglesia en Commerce City recibieron influencia en la toma de decisiones sobre $100,000 del presupuesto de su distrito escolar, específicamente para traer nuevos programas de asociación con padres y comunidad de su elección.

Together Colorado Parent and Community Leaders Awarded Funding to Launch New Family Partnership Programs in Adams 14 School District 

In early 2023, Together Colorado leaders at Our Lady Mother of the Church in Commerce City were awarded decision-making influence over $100,000 of their school district’s budget, specifically to bring in new parent and community partnership programs of their choosing.

Faith Voices: Sacred Accountability – Rev. Wendy Williams 

It is hard in these times to resist the cultural impulse to find someone to blame. Yet, if blame was in any way a useful tool, we would surely be on the road to recovery.

Leader Dr. Elizabeth Lindquist Shares Opinion on Sustainable Land Use Bill 

Many of you have a daughter, elderly parents, a nurse, Lyft driver, or server at a favorite restaurant among your circle of family and friends who cannot afford to rent, let alone buy, a home in Colorado Springs.

400 Denverites from Diverse Faith Backgrounds Gather for Denver Mayoral Forum Hosted by Together Colorado 

On April 27th, 2023, the multifaith community organization Together Colorado held a nonpartisan mayoral forum at Congregation Rodef Shalom in Denver, attended by around 400 community members featuring Denver mayoral candidates Mike Johnston and Kelly Brough.

Faith Leaders Support Just Cause for Eviction Legislation 

We are writing to express our support for HB23-1171, Just Cause for Evictions. Whether we live in the mountains, foothills or on the plains, whether we are Black, white or brown, we all need a home – a reliable and safe place of rest.

Faith Leaders Urge Legislature to Support Dignity for Immigrants 

We are writing to express our unequivocal support for HB23-1100: Restrict Government Involvement in Immigration Detention. Our government has a responsibility to ensure families live in safety, regardless of race or national origin.

Faith Voices: Reflection for Ash Wednesday – Rev. Thandiwe Dale-Ferguson 

I have long loved Ash Wednesday. It is a particular and peculiar Christian ritual, as far as I can tell. It is traditionally a time of repentance, fasting and abstaining from activities and foods that might separate us from God.

Faith Leader Letter: Protect Trust & Truth in Youth Interrogations 

We express our unequivocal support for HB 23-1042, Narrowing Admissibility Standards For Juvenile Statements. No matter their color, background, or where they live, every child deserves to grow up in a supportive environment that respects their humanity and upholds their dignity.

Statement on the Murder of Tyre Nichols 

As a faith driven, multi-faith organization, we are compelled to speak to the heinous and abhorrent murder that occurred in Memphis, Tennessee, last week.

Faith Voices: Rev. Bich Thy (Betty) Nguyen – Hymn for the Hurting 

Poet Amanda Gorman stated that she wrote this poem after the massacre in Uvalde, Texas. This poem reminds me that we are in this together.

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