Who stands to benefit from a Green New Deal? What’s at stake? Wednesday, April 24th 6:00 – 8:30 pm The Laundry on Lawrence 2701 Lawrence St, Denver, Colorado 80205 Join us at this Town Hall to hear leaders in our community discuss how a Green New Deal could be the biggest opportunity of our lifetime … Continue reading Who stands to benefit from a Green New Deal? What’s at stake?
Waking up to the Suffering and Oppression of Others. A conversation with Father Roy Bourgeois. Thursday, May 2nd 2019. 6:00-8:00 pm. 1420 Ogden Street, Denver, CO, 80218. Thank you to the AFSC for hosting! Free parking on site, please disregard event parking. This event is free and open to the public. Father Roy Bourgeois earned … Continue reading May 2nd: A conversation with Father Roy Bourgeois.
New Mexico Author, Christine Eber Visits Denver Christine Eber ~ Activist, Anthropologist and Author of “When a Woman Rises” will grace Denver with her presentations and book readings below which are all open to the public. Also, Bill Jungels, documentary filmmaker and producer of Maya Faces in A Smoking Mirror will present at the DJPC … Continue reading New Mexico Author, Christine Eber Visits Denver April 4 -6 2019
On Wednesday, March 20th, the U.S. Court of Appeals revived Maxima Acuña Atalaya and her family’s case against Newmont Mining Company. The family sued Newmont in the United States for abuse at the hands of the company’s security forces. The lower court had dismissed the case, saying it should be heard in Peru. The Appeals … Continue reading Goldman Prize Winner Máxima Acuña Atalaya de Chaupe and her family will continue the case in the United States despite Newmont’s attempts to thwart their pursuit of justice
DJPC Forum: Mayan Responses to Top-Down Economic Development in Chiapas, Mexico. Thursday, April 4th, 2019. 6:00-8:00 pm 1420 Ogden Street, Denver, CO, 80218 Thank you to the AFSC for hosting! Free parking on site, please disregard event parking. This event is free and open to the public. Christine Eber and Bill Jungels will share some … Continue reading Maya Responses to Top-Down Economic Development in Chiapas, Mexico.
Join us in a conversation with Brazilian specialists, Marco Cepik, Rafael Ioris and Aaron Schneider who will discuss recent events taking place in Latin America’s largest country. A nation that until recently was seen as an emerging economic powerhouse and democracy; now living one of its worst crisis lead by its authoritarian regime. Wednesday, April … Continue reading DJPC Forum Presents: What is going on in Brazil? Wednesday April 17th at 6pm
Panel discussion: Venezuela: What Corporate Media aren’t telling you.Why military intervention is not the answer. With: Mark Burton Esq. and Rebeca Zuniga-Hamlin. Wednesday, March 6th at 12 Noon at the Ricketson Law Building room 370 at Denver University. 2255 East Evans Ave. This event is free and open to the public.
DJPC Forum: Cuba-USA. Engagement Policy: Trumped! Wednesday, February 13th at 6:00 Highlands United Methodist Church. 3131 Osceola Street. Denver. CO 80212 In March 2016, Peter Kornbluh accompanied President Barack Obama on his history-making trip to Havana–a major step forward in a historic effort to normalize relations between the United States and Cuba. Washington and Havana … Continue reading DJPC Forum: Cuba-USA. Engagement Policy: Trumped!
By Miranda Kelly When you hear the rallying cry from your protectors, “Si a la vida, no a la mina!” do you also feel alive? Does your gratitude for the relentless encampment of a determined community, mask your grief for the ruin of your sisters? Dearest River, have you heard what could have easily become … Continue reading Dearest River