We’re so delighted to work with UCCS College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and the Dowtown UCCS campus to host this great film made by UCCS student (now alum). This is part of the First Friday events and one of several films in the Independent Student Film Collaborative. At Chinook Center, we are committed to building connections in our community. We think celebrating the success of local filmmakers and students is a great way to spend a Friday evening and we hope to see you there!
Come meet other people in the progressive community, talk about new projects you are starting or that you might want to join, and just relax and enjoy a nice afternoon of celebrating all the great justice work and potential in this city!
Thanks to Brooklyn’s on Boulder for donating the space, time, and cocktail expertise!
Social movements aspire to make change. But what does that change look like and how do we get there? This workshop will focus on envisioning goals from the mundane to the revolutionary, implementing strategies to reach those goals and identifying effective tactics that have been used by successful activists around the world.
We’re looking forward to a great film and conversation August 2nd at 6pm.
Literature on co-working and capacity building of grassroots organizations provides evidence that the model proposed by the Chinook Center is viable as a transformative project for the Pikes Peak Region. In this post, I’ll share some of the background research that supports our vision. Co-working Space as Social Infrastructure Co-working spaces have risen in popularity Read more about Co-working and Capacity Building for Progressive Change Organizations – Some Preliminary Findings[…]