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IAC Ramps Up GOTV Efforts

November 1, 2022

The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado releases two GOTV tools to help you vote this election.

Our 2022 Vote Your Values Guide details what you need to know to about voting in the midterms, as well as some details on specific ballot measures for Colorado.

We are also launching our first ever app called EquiVote! It’s a tool for assessing racial equity in voting for ballot measures.

Both Vote Your Values and EquiVote are resources to help encourage participation in our democratic process. We hope you find them useful.

To access our 2022 Vote Your Values Guide, click HERE.

For more information on new app, EquiVote, click HERE.


We’re hiring! Apply to be our new Program Coordinator

PROGRAM COORDINATOR SUMMARYThe Program Coordinator (Coordinator) is responsible for the coordination,implementation, and maintenance of IAC programming, community outreach, and advocacy activities. They will be a detail-oriented, fast-learner who is thorough in their approach and willing to go the extra mile to complete tasks. A team player who can work independently, anticipate issues before they arise,…

Statement Regarding Rise in Anti-Semitism

The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado stands with the Jewish community against the recent rise in anti-semitism and hateful rhetoric targeting our Jewish brothers and sisters.  We are appalled and, frankly, scared for the safety of our Jewish friends and family members at the increase in anti-Jewish hatred, both here in Colorado and across the United…

Watch the Livestream of Vigil for Victims of Club Q Shooting

On Monday, November 21, 2022, the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado is co-hosting a candlelight vigil with our friends at One Colorado to honor the victims of the deadly mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs last weekend. Click the video player below to watch the livestream at 7 PM MT:

Statement from Interfaith Alliance of Colorado on Archdiocese of Denver’s Guidance to Catholic Schools on Admission of Transgender Students

(Background: The Denver Post obtained a document from the Archdiocese of Denver, in which Catholic schools were instructed to not admit transgender students, and to treat same-sex parents of students differently than heterosexual parents of students. In response, the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado released the following statement from Executive Director Shara Smith. 9News also republished…

Colorado has an addiction crisis. Here’s what we can learn from our neighbors

In May, Governor Jared Polis (D) signed a bill addressing “fentanyl accountability and prevention” in Colorado. Among other things, the new law implements stricter criminal penalties for possession of smaller amounts of fentanyl, along with fentanyl-laced drugs. The bill’s introduction came on the heels of fentanyl overdose deaths in Colorado quadrupling in 2021 compared to…

Wall Street is making homeownership even harder for Coloradans

The American Dream is often equated with homeownership — most Americans’ wealth is due to owning property, and owners have a net worth that’s approximately 40 times higher than that of renters. But buying a home is more difficult than ever before due to ever-increasing asking prices and sky-high interest rates that show no sign…

Reframing Reproductive Justice with Sam Carwyn

Interfaith Alliance of Colorado is reframing the concept of reproductive health, rights, and justice. We strive to create a different way of looking at a person, situation, and the impact of one’s actions. We are advocating for a broader idea of who needs access to reproductive healthcare. We seek to change the perspective that people…

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