Join us and Endorse ending slavery in Colorado

If you agree with removing the archaic and dehumanizing slavery language from our Colorado Constitution. Join us to make it happen!  We Coloradans have the opportunity to be the 1st state in our nation to remove this deeply offensive language from our Constitution.

Endorsers

Other Organizational Endorsements Include:

Anti-Defamation League

Center for Health Progress

Colorado Freedom Fund

Colorado Nonprofit Association

Faith in Action Commission, St. John's Episcopal Cathedral

Independent Growth Home Health Care

Indivisible Denver

New Era Colorado

Prairie Unitarian Universalist Church - Parker, CO

Project VOYCE

United Church of Christ - Grand Junction

Office of Student and Campus Life - Naropa University

Our Savior's Lutheran Church

Editorial Staff Endorsements:

Aspen Daily Times

The Aurora Sentinel

Boulder Daily Camera

Colorado Springs Gazette

The Durango Herald

Pueblo Chieftain

The Journal

Sterling Journal-Advocate

Over 320 Individual Endorsements including:

  • 100% of the Colorado Legislature who voted to refer Amendment A to the ballot and
  • Bishop Karen Oliveto, Mountain Sky United Methodist Church
  • Bryant Harris, President and CEO at Harris Data Solutions, Inc.
  • Caitlin Trussell, Pastor at Augustana Lutheran Church
  • Candi CdeBaca, Candidate, District 9, Candi for Denver City Council
  • Deacon Judy Lounsberry, at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
  • Eric Bliss, Youth Ministry Specialist, Youth Ministry Specialist of the Pacific Western Region, Unitarian Universalist Association
  • Eric Mulder, Candidate for Sheriff for the Libertarian Party of Arapahoe County
  • Jena Griswold, Candidate for Secretary of State
  • Hon. Su Ryden, State Rep. (Ret.) for the Colorado General Assembly
  • Jackson Dreiling, Director of Administration & Communications at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church
  • Jill Wildenberg, Public Policy Director at the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado
  • Joe Neguse, Candidate for US House District 2
  • Jonathan Singer, Representative in the Colorado General Assembly
  • KC Becker, House Majority Leader for the Colorado State House of Representatives
  • Kim Mason, Intern Minister at the Jefferson Unitarian Church
  • Laura Stephenson, Pastor in the ELCA
  • Lesley Smith, LesleyForCU.org
  • Marcia Helfant, Colorado State Advocate for the National Council of Jewish Women, CO. SPA
  • Marilyn Stranske, Chair of the Faith in Action Commission, St. John's Episcopal Cathedral
  • Mr. Jay Mashburn, of the WCA Mesa County Interfaith Coalition
  • Peg Perl, Candidate for Denver Clerk & Recorder and Attorney
  • Peter Yu, Candidate for House District 2
  • Phil Weiser for Attorney General
  • Rabbi Bernard Gerson, Retired Rabbi at Congregation Rodef Shalom
  • Rabbi Evette Lutman, at B'nai Havurah Denver Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation
  • Rev. Aaron Norris, Unitarian Universalist Church of Greeley
  • Rev. Amanda Henderson, Executive Director at The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado
  • Rev. Dana Lightsey, Assistant Minister, Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder
  • Rev. Dr. Amy Rowland, Affiliated Minister, Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder
  • Rev. Dylan Doyle-Burke, Assistant Minister, First Universalist Church of Denver
  • Rev. Eric Banner, Jefferson Unitarian Church
  • Rev. Gretchen Haley, Foothills Unitarian Church
  • Rev. Jann Halloran, Prairie Unitarian Universalist Church
  • Rev. Jeannie Shero, First Universalist Church of Denver
  • Rev. Julia McKay, Columbine Unitarian Universalist Church
  • Rev. Katie Kandarian, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango
  • Rev. Keith Arnold, Jefferson Unitarian Church
  • Rev. Kelly Dignan, Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder
  • Rev. Laurel Liefert, Namaqua Unitarian Universalist Congregation
  • Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry, Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
  • Rev. Mike Morran, First Unitarian Society of Denver
  • Rev. Nadine Swahnberg, Affiliated Minister, Jefferson Unitarian Church
  • Rev. Nathan Woodliff-Stanley, Affiliated Minister, First Unitarian Society of Denver
  • Rev. Nori Rost, All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church
  • Rev. Ruth Rinehart, JUUST Living
  • Rev. Sean Neil-Barron, Assistant Minister, Foothills Unitarian Church
  • Rev. Shawna Foster, Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist
  • Rev. Wayne A. Laws, Minister of Social Justice and Mission, Mountain View United Church
  • Rev. Wendy Jones, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Grand Valley
  • Rev. Wendy Williams, Jefferson Unitarian Church
  • Roger Barris, Libertarian Party Candidate for US House Candidate for CD2
  • Sister Sheila Karpan, Sister of Charity of Leavenworth
  • State Senator Dominick Moreno, State Senator in the Colorado General Assembly
  • State Senator Steve Fenberg, State Senator in the Colorado State Senate
  • Stephany Spaulding, Professor at the University of Colorado — Colorado Springs
  • The Rev. Deacon Linda Brown, Deacon in the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado
  • The Right Reverend Robert O’Neill, Bishop at The Episcopal Church in Colorado
  • The Very Reverend Richard Lawson, Dean at Saint John's Episcopal Cathedral

Abolish Slavery Colorado is a diverse, grassroots, multi-faith, and bipartisan coalition of Colorado organizations

and individuals fighting for human dignity and justice by removing slavery from the Colorado Constitution.

2018 ABOLISH SLAVERY COLORADO

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