Local Organizing Committees
This cluster of Montbello schools, parents, and students organizes to address teacher turnover and inequitable school funding.
This cluster of faith leaders, community leaders, and congregations organizes to address the lack of affordable housing and renters’ rights.
The Boulder Valley Community Action Network organizes to address the lack of adequate, accessible, and affordable mental health care.
Do you attend Cure D’Ars Catholic Church in Denver and care deeply about social justice organizing with an anti-racist lens? Reach out to our committee!
Do you attend First Presbyterian Church in Pueblo and care deeply about social justice organizing with an anti-racist lens? Reach out to our committee!
The IC Local Organizing Committee is focused on advancing and protecting mobile homeowners’ rights in Lafayette and surrounding areas.
The Jefferson Unitarian Community Action Network organizes to protect and expand affordable housing and mental health care in Jefferson County and surrounding areas.
Our mission is to address social issues in Northern Colorado through faith based community organizing whereby we identify specific needs in our community through face to face listening campaigns, research solutions to those concerns and organize the faith community to forward systemic and structural solutions to those concerns. We aspire to bring a faith voice and moral dimension to inspiring our government and society in Northern Colorado to be a place where everyone has the opportunity to thrive, without exception. This cluster of congregations in Northern Colorado is currently focused on addressing homelessness in Loveland and surrounding areas.
Our Lady Mother of the Church leaders organize to advance bilingual/bicultural education and community co-governance with the school district so parents have a voice in the decision-making process that affects their children in the Adams 14 School District.
Do you attend Congregation Rodef Shalom in Denver and care deeply about social justice organizing with an anti-racist lens? Reach out to our committee!
The Shorter Social Justice Ministry organizes for a merciful, rehabilitative justice system that maintains the hope and human dignity of every person within it.
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.
115 Faith Leaders Urge Legislators to Protect Trust and Truth in Juvenile 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.
In such a time as this, we must think about how we support one another to organize around the changes we want to see in creating quality schools, a moral economy, accountability and voice in local and national policies, equal access to affordable health care and dismantling systems of racism and white supremacy. Please take a look at our work to become familiar with what we do.
The earth is sacred. We must live in balance with all of creation, using only what we need, and recognizing that there is enough for all.
We desire a moral and communal economy based on the infinite value of human beings, not material objects.
We have a moral obligation to provide equal access to affordable health care for all people.