Colorado Advocates for Racial Equity
CARE (formerly Aspiring White Allies Group) is a space where white/white presenting people within the sexual and domestic violence movement engage in work around white privilege and white dominant/supremacy culture. Because we recognize that learning about racism has often fallen on the backs of those who experience it, CARE aspires to hold a space for white people to learn about fighting racism together without the labor of people of color, but with its guidance. We explore how to examine privilege, interrupt racism, create anti-racist cultures and practices, train others, and do better. For more information, contact Jenna Harper, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-728-8381, or Kathy Holland, at email@example.com or 720-728-8382.
Communities of Color Alliance
CCASA members and partners who identify as a person of color and who want to create community, raise awareness, and promote practices and policies that recognize the intersections of race, sexual violence, and other forms of oppression are invited to join CCASA’s efforts to increase and sustain leadership opportunities within communities of color. Those interested and committed to change can participate on the CoCA through monthly web/phone or in-person meetings. For more information, contact Agueda Morgan, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-625-9565, or Raana Simmons, at email@example.com or 303-625-9564.
The finance committee assists the Board of Directors in meeting their fiduciary responsibilities. The committee is intended to (1) ensure adequate Board understanding of CCASA’s financial position and performance; (2) enhance Board level decisions regarding funding for programs, human resources, facilities and infrastructure; and (3) ensure the organization’s financial stability by providing oversight on its budget and investments. Interested community members can contact Brie Franklin, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-839-0029, for more information.
The Fundraising Committee helps to plan and implement activities to raise awareness about CCASA in the community as well as to increase financial support for our work. Interested community members can contact Brie Franklin, Executive Director, at email@example.com or 303-839-0029, for more information.
The Policy Committee helps inform CCASA’s policy agenda and work. Visit our Public Policy webpage for more information about our past and current policy work. CCASA members who are interested in participating on the Policy Committee should contact Raana Simmons, Director of Policy, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-625-9564.