Groups

YOU are our Most important Resource!

Get Involved Grand County
(Facebook Page)

Womens March (website)

"We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families - recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country." - our Mission and Vision

March On Colorado (Facebook)

This group is an effort to maintain and support the connections and community networking that has resulted from the Women's March on Denver, January 21, 2017. We don't want to see the excitement and passion dissipate, and it is our hope that folks will use this group to communicate in a thoughtful and constructive way as it relates to issues related to women's and human rights.

March On Colorado (Website)

This march is not a protest, but rather an opportunity for all participants to support social justice, human rights and equality, and to demonstrate that we will be vigilant in protecting these rights moving forward.

Indivisible (website)

It may have started as a tweeted Google Doc, but now (and sorry if this sounds corny) we feel an extraordinary sense of responsibility to help this movement as best we can.

Colorado Muslims
(Public Facebook Group)

A group for Colorado Muslims to share events, information, knowledge, and anything that is in the best interest of increasing our iman and unifying the Colorado Muslim community, insha'Allah.

One Billion Rising
(website)

One Billion Rising is the biggest mass action to end violence against women in human history.

Huairou Commission (website)

The Huairou Commission empowers grassroots women’s leadership in the development of resilient communities through global and local initiatives.

United Nations Economic Commission (website)

UNECE helps countries to convene and cooperate on norms, standards and conventions in support of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This impacts the life of citizens every single day when they, for instance, buy food, drive a car, breathe clean air, transport goods, handle chemicals, save energy or walk in the forest.

Groups

YOU are our MOST important Resource!

Get Involved Grand County
(Facebook Page)

Womens March (website)

"We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families - recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country." - our Mission and Vision

March On Colorado (Facebook)

This group is an effort to maintain and support the connections and community networking that has resulted from the Women's March on Denver, January 21, 2017. We don't want to see the excitement and passion dissipate, and it is our hope that folks will use this group to communicate in a thoughtful and constructive way as it relates to issues related to women's and human rights.

March On Colorado (Website)

This march is not a protest, but rather an opportunity for all participants to support social justice, human rights and equality, and to demonstrate that we will be vigilant in protecting these rights moving forward.

Indivisible (website)

It may have started as a tweeted Google Doc, but now (and sorry if this sounds corny) we feel an extraordinary sense of responsibility to help this movement as best we can.

Colorado Muslims
(Public Facebook Group)

A group for Colorado Muslims to share events, information, knowledge, and anything that is in the best interest of increasing our iman and unifying the Colorado Muslim community, insha'Allah.

One Billion Rising
(website)

One Billion Rising is the biggest mass action to end violence against women in human history.

Huairou Commission (website)

The Huairou Commission empowers grassroots women’s leadership in the development of resilient communities through global and local initiatives.

United Nations Economic Commission (website)

UNECE helps countries to convene and cooperate on norms, standards and conventions in support of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This impacts the life of citizens every single day when they, for instance, buy food, drive a car, breathe clean air, transport goods, handle chemicals, save energy or walk in the forest.