VOYCE Coalition: Youth Organizing
The VOYCE Coalition is a group that defends and extends youth rights while supporting and strengthening youth, and their communities. Youth from VOYCE Academy put their advocacy and organizing skills into action through participation in the Coalition through the creation of campaigns and initiation of projects.VOYCE Coalition members participate in General Body meetings, trainings, crafting legislative priorities, initiating action alerts for community.
Block Captains work collectively to organize and mobilize campaigns and projects across-communities around education, housing, health, work, and the environment.
Project VOYCE and Warm Cookies of the Revolution are implementing an Participatory Budgeting Process, while integrating arts in the form of interactive Rube Goldberg-esque machines. These machines will be physical manifestations of the complicated interactions of the policies and players at work in the community, as well as a fun and attention-grabbing invitation for residents to participate in deciding how funding should be spent in their neighborhoods.
our community is not for sale
Our Community Is Not For Sale is an ongoing campaign dedicated to ensuring community revitalization without displacement of current residents in Globeville, Elyria-Swansea (GES). Download "GES Peoples' Survey: A Story of Displacement."
ditch the ditch
The Colorado Department of Transportation is planning to spend billions to replace and expand the I-70 1960s viaduct and replace it with a 2-mile, 23 lane "Ditch" through Central Denver's 80216 zip code, the most polluted zip code in the entire country and a known Superfund site.
student voice, student vote
Student Voice, Student Vote (SV2) is a campaign dedicated to extending voting rights to 16 and 17 year olds for school board elections in the State of Colorado.
the Promise of colorado
The Promise of Colorado campaign provides Coloradans with the tools to advocate for Colorado’s public schools. Colorado has one of the fastest growing economies in the country, yet we are not adequately or equitably funding education.