This IS a community! We are a beautiful collective of black lesbians with differing experiences and backgrounds, all coming together to support each other and our community! We are numerous, we are needed, and we are ready! Are you?
We are united in sisterhood; using that strength to build and engage community by focusing on areas with the greatest potential to create possibilities and sustainability in the places where we live, work, volunteer, play and pray.
Be an investor in YOUR community...
We've asked and you've come through, time and time again. We are one community, one voice, standing strong, together. In an effort to continue to support our community, we need you to stand with us now as active investors and participants. We want to effect real change and persist with our momentum. We can only achieve this with the continued financial support of ALL of us.
When we ALL stand together in unified support, the impact will be substantial. It doesn't take much, my sisters. For as little as $5 a week, you can be an active participant in this movement and help us become the force that we envision. For the price of One Less Latte a week, you and your sisters can help finance volunteer projects, educational opportunities and outreach.
Will you make the pledge, to have One Less Latte a week (or beverage of your choice) and contribute to your community?
You can donate $5 every week, make your contribution monthly, or annually.
Making your contribution is easy by using the link below...
We can and will move mountains together! Make the pledge...have One Less Latte and support OUR Community!
March 31, 2011- A BIG THANK YOU to all of our Girlz who were able to come out and support the proponents of SB-172, The Civil Unions Bill. Our own Nita Mosby Henry was opening speaker for the Focus on Fairness Rally, on the West Front of the Colorado State Capitol Building. The crowd was fired up and eager to participate in the hearing.
Girlz own, Cynthia M. Parker, addressed the legislators in an impassioned plea to resist the urge to be popular but do what is right.
Unfortunately, in the end, the vote did not go the way we had hoped, (Republican opposition voting down party lines). This fight is FAR from over. We must keep our attention and focus our efforts to ensure we have legislators and other elected officials who will represent the will of the people and be just and fair.
Now is the time to contact your legislators, candidates vying for your vote, and let them know you are voting and will remember their stance on Gay Rights and Civil Rights issues.
- Girlz Pushing The Button
- Girlz Pushing the Button, a program of The Kaleidoscope Project Colorado, is an organization designed to mobilize Colorado’s black lesbian community towards community transformation. The organization will use its strength to build and engage community by focusing on areas with the greatest potential to create possibilities and sustainability in the places where we live, work, volunteer, play and pray. Our commitment to improving and refining communities is key.