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July, 2019

Wednesday
3
Brewing Market/Espresso Vino Near the YMCA
10:00 AM
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Our mission is to educate the public about money in politics and to advocate for measures to reduce its effects.
Monday
8
Muse Performance Center
6:00 PM
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Discussions about masculinity and how we teach men and boys to behave continue to be at the forefront of public conversation. From the #metoo movement, to the online "manosphere" of pick up artists and incels, to the blatant sexism of our President, to the recent Gillette ad, the implications are clear: we need to do more to challenge how men are socialized to interact with each other, women, and others impacted by sexism. Even more profoundly, we need to ask how we are teaching men to think about themselves.

Join this training with Regan Byrd Consulting LLC to discuss male socialization, hegemonic masculinity, and the problem with gender binaries, from a WOC perspective.
Saturday
13
Longmont Farmers Market
7:30 AM
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Help register voters & answer questions @ LWV information booth.
Sunday
14
Louisville Public Library 2nd Floor Conference Room
3:00 PM
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Very important short meeting to review and approve consensus questions to be sent to board.
Thursday
18
Erie Farmer's Market
5:00 PM
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Register voters and answer citizen questions at LWV table.
Thursday
18
Boulder Rural Fire Protection District
Board Room
6:15 PM
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Board Meeting
Sunday
21
Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder
2:00 PM
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In this interactive, self-reflective workshop, participants will gain an understanding of how racism functions as an interrelated system--ideologically, interpersonally, institutionally, and internally--and identify specific ways that these aspects can be recognized and challenged. We will also uncover specific characteristics of white supremacy organizational culture that are often unknowingly used as norms and standards, and are damaging to both White people and Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
Tuesday
23
Contact Event Contact for Address
11:30 AM
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Contact Debby for address of meeting.