The Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice center has honored Peers Building Justice (PBJ) for the Youth Peacemaker Award of the Year! Our youth have worked extremely hard in presenting social justice topics (prison industrial complex, rape culture, racism in our community, bullying, dress code, media literacy, and much much more) to the community through our annual Martin Luther King Jr. showcase and our May showcase. PBJ has been recognized because our youth are the leaders in identifying issues in the community and are the leaders in how to solve or engage in conversations so we can live in a just world for everyone. We are excited to continue our work and thankful that we have been recognized by community members.
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Join us for an Askable Adult Workshop on February 23rd!
Mental Health Partners, Norton Room West
Monday, February 23. 5-7:30 pm
1333 Iris Avenue Boulder, CO
This free community training for adults will begin with dinner and skill building and wrap up with a panel of teens answering your questions about how to be an askable adult on the topic of dating and healthy relationships.