If you are interested in community and governmental issues, come to one of our Community Conversations, Drinks & Dialog, or Issue Forums. We discuss current issues and present information you need to make decisions as informed citizens. The League of Women Voters of Boulder County, a nonpartisan, political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy. The League does not support or oppose candidates, factions, or political parties.
Panel discussion on today’s evolving media landscape, with corporate consolidation, the emergence of online news sites, alternatives to the mainstream media, and questions of censorship. Panelists from:
League of Women Voters of Boulder County
KGNU Community Radio
Boulder Daily Camera
The Colorado Sun
CU Journalism Department
Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center
Co-sponsored by LWVBC and RMPJC.
University of Colorado Boulder, DUANE PHYSICS, G1B30 Auditorium
Registration is not required
Speaker begins at 6:30, with time for Q&A. Food and drinks may be purchased.
Our speaker, Christina A. Brown, focuses her Denver law practice on removal defense, family-based immigration petitions, criminal immigration matters, and asylum cases. A Maryland native, she worked in campaign politics before settling down in Colorado in 2008.
Registration is recommended. No fee.
Most leaders are needed from 9:30-11:30. Other are needed as judges from 12:30-2:30.
Local leaders, educators, and public servants from all St. Vrain communities and St. Vrain secondary schools are invited to share their expertise as walking resources for students. (No advances preparation is necessary.) Students from all district high school or middle schools will be participating in a day of grappling with local government issues.
We know you are busy, so we have focused the time for local leader participation.
8:00am - 9:30am Students arrive, welcome, keynote and begin committee issue research.
*9:30 - 11:30am Leader Interviews - We need your help the most in the morning session to serve as live resources as our students investigate local issues.
11:30am - 12:30pm Lunch with Kids -
*1:00pm - 2:30pm Presentation Judges - Several leaders are need in the afternoon to serve as American Idol style judges of the presentations.
2:30pm - 3:00pm Awards
*Leaders Needed - Of course, you can stay for the whole day if you wish.
Registration not required
If you haven't completed the Mandatory voter registration drive training, contact Jeanine Pow prior to registering for this event.
Join LWVBC for a voter registration drive at the 17th Annual Longmont Cinco de Mayo celebration at Roosevelt Park. Volunteers must be trained and register in advance.