March On Colorado’s Mission Statement
By serving as a resource for those who wish to see the advancement of human rights for women and other marginalized communities, we will impact our local neighborhoods in the following ways:
Educate and Empower:
Free workshops related to social justice issues, including how to testify in Senate hearings and understanding your rights, voter registration drives, supporting women in politics, and educational scholarships.
Monthly newsletter dedicated to sharing unbiased information, and resources that connect the community with the many Colorado community organizations that exist.
Community improvement projects, town hall meetings, and other events such as potlucks, concerts, rallies and marches.
We do this work because we believe:
1) All women shall maintain the freedom and lawful protection to choose what is best for them as it concerns their biological and reproductive health.
2) The diverse and vibrant communities of the United States of America shall be protected from political factions that would seek to inhibit their expression and existence by implementing legal restrictions on personal freedoms. These diverse and vibrant communities are the fabric of our great country and shall not be torn by hateful, divisive, and racist rhetoric or actions.
3) All people, regardless of gender, gender identification, ethnicity, racial heritage, disability, religion, age, sexual orientation and/or socioeconomic status shall be treated equally and equitably, with respect, dignity and justice for all.
We strive to provide an outlet and support for those who wish to:
1) Advocate for and defend the most marginalized members of our society.
2) Connect with like-minded individuals and organizations within local Colorado communities.
3) Serve as a model of peaceful demonstration and activism for the young women and men, and girls and boys, who will be the leaders of tomorrow.
4) Honor the women and men who have come before us and fought for human and women’s rights.
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