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Demand Governor Polis Vaccinate Vulnerable Coloradoans

Please sign and share this petition! by March 1st, and demand that Governor Polis offer vaccines to people in prisons and jails and to people experiencing homelessness. Undeniably, the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed massive inequities in our healthcare system and … Continue reading

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Creating Rituals for care & resilience

Right now, we are collectively experiencing a time of complex transitions, uncertainty and unresolved wounds that have disrupted the rhythms of our lives. Right now, we are also experiencing continuous reflection on what will sustain us and how we can … Continue reading

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Envisioning Abolition

by Samuel Murray I remember learning about calling 911 in grade school if I was in trouble. Cops would even come to our school and we would ask them questions about bad guys. The socialization of cops as heroic and … Continue reading

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La Fondita Latina

Creating change with immigrant, workers-owned cooperatives Haciendo cambio con inmigrante, trabajadores- cooperativas ~Seguido en Español We are in a rare opportunity to push for economic and structural change, where we are all witnessing and living through the COVID pandemic, racial … Continue reading

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Octavia Butler on How to Become who we are

Octavia Butler (June 22, 1947–February 24, 2006), the writer and world-creator explores many themes in her works that provide timely and acute wisdom. In Parable of the Talent, she explores what an ideal life looks like. She explores a life … Continue reading

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