Category Archives: entertainment

Speak Up, Speak Out Youth Advisory Board

APPLICATION DUE: Fill out this short application by December 16, 2016. ​ Advisory board members will work with members of the arts, health and wellness, and advocacy fields to plan and create workshops and to develop a professional social justice advocacy performance event that address and raises awareness of systemic roadblocks to Healthy Eating and Active Living in

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Let’s talk about Fatherhood on Father’s Day Weekend… I know, it totally makes sense, so join us!

We are really excited to have partnered with Juneteenth – and partners on attached flyers – for this exciting movie screening and crucial conversation about Fatherhood on Father’s Day Weekend.  So, for those who come; in addition to entertainment, vendors and beautiful people; there will also be a conversation which is so important to the

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American Graduate documentary, Powered By Story is a must watch!

We’re really excited to share our American Graduate documentary, Powered By Story,” with the world (well, with Colorado at first!) tomorrow at 7 p.m. and again at9 p.m. Tune into Colorado Public Television (channel 12.1 over the air and on DirecTV and Dish, channel 660 on Comcast) to see the culmination of our recent Opportunity

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Rose Community Foundation – Innovate for Good. Get money to do good!!!

Rose Community Foundation – Innovate for Good Rose Community Foundation is excited to announce Innovate for Good 2016, a philanthropic challenge to find and fund new ideas. This year, with a focus on youth empowerment, we seek submissions from: Youth. Youth, ages 13 to 18, with an idea for a project they can implement that

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How to safely exercise their rights under the 4th, 5th and 6th Amendments.

Dear teachers, LYRIC would like to thank you for inviting us into your classrooms to teach your students how to safely exercise their rights under the 4th, 5th and 6th Amendments.  We know that your students have a wide range of talents, and for those who are artistically inclined, we invite them to participate in

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Changing the Narrative Summit for African American Males

FRI, MAR 18 AT 9:00 AM, DENVER, CO SAVE THIS EVENT FREEREGISTER Event Description The Changing the Narrative Summit is an event that will empower African American Males ages 13-18 to be the voice of their own story. Through positive connections with African American Males, engaging workshops and organic networking, this summit will prepare participants

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White Privilege Glasses: New Video Asks ‘Can You See White Privilege?’

The project, called “White Privilege Glasses,” comes from a Chicago-based seminary. Ever wish you could help White people recognize the privilege they enjoy and how it impacts people of color? A new video campaign from the Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS) aims to do just that. Called “White Privilege Glasses,” the video depicts a White man seeing

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Youth voice fighting to protect their education and passion

Peter, one of the student’s feature, has been involved in our My Brother’s Keeper Initiative work, and reached out when DPS announced they were looking to close NCAS middle school.  He and his peers were present at the community meeting and did an amazing job. They were also able to meet with DPS school board

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