In light of the flood emergency and the response that is being provided by many of our community agencies, Peers Building Justice will be extending our Campus Organizer application deadline until FRIDAY, SEPT 27th!
We hope that you and your families are safe and finding the resources you need. Click here for one page that has several links to valuable resources.
We send warm thoughts to all those effected by the flood, and we look forward to receiving the last of your applications!
For Youth and Young Adults
Ages 14 – 21
Thursday, March 21, 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.
at A Spice of Life
5706 Arapahoe Ave.
Boulder, CO 80303
• Bring your Resume
• Apply for a Job
• Bring your Social Security #
• Bring your Desire to Work!
Brought to you by Workforce Boulder County, the Colorado Division of
Vocational Rehabilitation, the Governor’s Summer Job Hunt,
and the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
Professional Attire Recommended
Workforce Boulder County
2520 55th St., Suite 100
Boulder, CO 80301
February 22: Join PBJ this Friday as we particpate in an event hosted by The Studio Project at BMoCA (Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art). The event will begin at 7 pm and will include discussions, activities, food and a film screening. PBJ will be providing Dating Bingo!
The current installation, Museum of Broken Relationships, is incredibly relevent for TDV Awareness Month.
Art Lounge #3: Love on the Reel
Friday, February 22, 7-9pm
Created by and for junior high and high school aged youth, Love on the Reel will feature films by local teens and art-making based on healthy relationships and sexual awareness. Meet a local filmmaker and take part in Teen Open Wall, a pop-up exhibition/art exchange. Created by BMoCA’s Studio Project in collaboration with S.H.A.P.E.
Sponsored by The City of Boulder Youth Opportunities Program, The Georgie Fund at The Community Foundation, and the Luff Family Fund.
See you then!
5:00pm – Saturday, February 23rd
Out Boulder’s BOLD Youth Program, in collaboration with Bent Lens Cinema, proudly presents the premiere of the youth films made during BOLD’s Fall 2012 Director’s Journey Youth Filmmaking Project! This year we have a wide variety of wildy creative youth films! Please join us as a community for this very special evening! This portion of the evening is FREE and open to all!
**some content may be inappropriate for folks 12 & under. contact B. for more info: email@example.com / t: 720 248 8183
MUSEUM OF BROKEN RELATIONSHIPS
February 14 – May 26, 2013 Please join us for the opening reception on February 14, 2013 – Valentine’s Day.
In a throwaway consumer society, where everything is disposable, upgradable, and replaceable, items that remind us of past relationships rank particularly low on our personal value scale. The common response or advice for dealing with a breakup is to dispose of everything that reminds us of the other person and to get over him or her as quickly as possible, with the fact that the relationship did not last taken as self-evidence that this was not “the right one.” But as more and more people experience several significant relationships during their lifetime, with second and third marriages becoming increasingly common, we begin to acknowledge that our expectations and needs change as much as we do as we live longer, more educated, and self-determined lives. Simultaneously, the notion that the person we spent part of our life with was just “the wrong one” and should be erased from our memory becomes less plausible.
Below is some information we just received from our friend b. mann at BOLD. This sounds like a really great project to be a part of!
Brought to you by Out Boulder in collaboration with Boulder High School:
LGBTQ & Allies:
Talking Circle & Art Project for Teens
• Talking circles: express yourself in a safe space. We will be
discussing bullying issues in BVSD and beyond!
• Collaborate and Create a Zine (a DIY magazine): Bring talking circles
into action using art, writing, and creativity! Help create a youthdriven
guide to anti-bullying!
• Project will meet Saturdays, February 16-March 16, 12-4 at the
Out Boulder Pride House, 2132 14th St. Snacks will be provided.
Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org 720 248 8183
Open to High-school aged students, LGBTQ and Allied.
Be the Change.
Events: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Thursday, January 17:
6:00 – 9:00 p.m. – Boulder Main Library Canyon Theater FILM SCREENING: “FREEDOM SONG” A stirring tale of unsung small-town community members who risked their lives to effect change.
Monday, January 21:
11:30am – 1:00pm – Pearl St. Mall, Boulder County Courthouse
RALLY AND MARCH
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. – CU Boulder, UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom
HUMAN RIGHTS FAIR, YOUTH WRITING CONTEST, MUSIC & DANCE
CALL FOR ACTION REMARKS by Dorothy Rupert, former State Senator and Joe Neguse, CU Regent
Thursday, January 24:
7:00 p.m. – CU Boulder, UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom
MLK SPEAKER, Reverend Dr. James D. Peters, Jr.
Reverend James worked with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. before serving as a Baptist pastor for over 50 years.
Tuesday, January 15:
Proclamation “Honoring Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., Week”
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Council Chambers, 350 Kimbark, Longmont
Program: City Council will issue a proclamation declaring the week of
January 21st, 2013 in honor of Dr. King’s work on civil rights and social
justice for all people.
Monday, January 21:
Dr. King Celebration “Civil Rights for All”
Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Location: Silver Creek High School, 4901 Nelson Rd., Longmont
Time: 1:00 pm
Native American drummer and marchers will do an
honorary march around Silver Creek High School; please
Program: Trail Blazors of Boulder County film, speakers
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Monday, January 21:
March for Peace
location: northwest corner of W. Waneka Parkway and Public Road
location: Escuela Bilingue Pioneer
picture from: Fenway Focus
Trans* Awareness Week Youth Film Night 11/17: Saturday, 6 pm Open to ages 13-20 Join us as we co-host this event at Out Boulder’s Pride House. Movie + Free Food!!!
BOLD OffBeat Arts and Peers Building Justice are sponsoring a social movie evening for youth as a part of Trans* Awareness Week! This event is open to trans* youth and allies 13-20 only. We will have pizza, snacks, and soda. We will be screening the queer action adventure film DEBS! this event is FREE! For a full list of Trans* Awareness Week events go to outboulder.org
Invite your friends!
The mission of Trans* Awareness Week is to unite and educate the trans* community and its allies through workshops, social gatherings, and other events to create a truly inclusive community to inspire and embrace the multigender experience.
*Trans*— An umbrella term encompassing a wide range of identities, appearances, and/or behaviors that fall outside stereotypical gender norms of either male or female. The transgender umbrella includes, but is not limited to, individuals who behave and/or dress differently from their gender assigned at birth (i.e.- a female who wears men’s clothing); individuals who do not identify as either male or female; and individuals who identify as a gender different from their gender assigned at birth (for example, a person born male, and now identifies as female [MtF] or vice versa [FtM]).
For more info & events visit Out Boulder: