With a goal of greater representation and citizen engagement. Continue reading
Most cultures, ranging from ethnic to geographic to professional specialty, adopt a particular vernacular to describe the world around them. That specialized vernacular appears in the form of acronyms, jargon, and hollow, reverberating axioms that are utterly devoid of meaning outside of the shared cultural understanding. Continue reading
As you may know, the 2014 Colorado legislative session began on January 8th. And, as always, Citizens Project is keeping an eye on bills as they are developed and proposed. Here’s a brief rundown on what we’re watching. Continue reading
The 2014 Citizens’ Religious Freedom Institute will be held April 12th from 9 am to 12 pm at Cheyenne Mountain High School Continue reading
The 2014 Creating Community Breakfast will be held on Tuesday, June 5th from 7:30 – 8:30 am at the Double Tree. And we need YOU to help out by volunteering to be a Table Captain!
There will be two Table Captain Kickoffs held at the CP Office on March 19th and 25th, both at 5 pm. Contact Anya if you are interested in being a 2014 Table Captain to let her know which kickoff you would like to attend!
We’re excited to have your marvelous help!
- 2014 Divine Award Recap
- Read This Blog Before It Is Censored
- Series of Community Discussions: Local Election Improvement
- Community Conversation at the Educating Children of Color Summit
- Moving Forward
- Announcing our 2014 Divine Award Recipients
- Citizens Project Welcomes New Board Members in 2014
- We’d Like to Thank You