Dia de los Muertos celebration tonight at The Center. The ceremony honors the four directions, the earth and the sky.
Dancers honoring the altars at The Center for Dia de los Muertos.
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Móllii Perqúesettee
· March 24, 2018
I was honored to be apart on now 3 Drag shows in the past months at the Rainbow Alley Drop in Center showing appearance there after 7 years I am feeling more comfortable and connected with the other q...ueens !eating drag sisters and Becoming Drag fathers for our Drag Daughter I've been trying to work with Honda Cervix ever since I met her and last I am actually proud to see such progress in everyone Mostly i dedicate support to my Beloved Drag Mothers out there Ms. Sharon Sharalike, Ms Shawan Tuner And The world's Beloved Okasan My mother of all Drag Moms I am Ms. Móllii Perqúesettee
From Denver Colorado and I am one remarkable Drag Queen
And Ms. Crystal Dalòre my new Drag Sister
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Juliette Jones
· March 21, 2018
Thank you for providing a safe and welcoming place for my kiddo!
Jennifer Ann Dietze
· April 19, 2017
Great place, very helpful website. Made my name change happen so much easier with helpful info and pages of how to do, what you need, and forms as well. The Center folks that work the desk are super a...s well. Thanks, you've made my life so much better!! See More
Seth Teston
· May 10, 2017
I wanted to get tested for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea since it had been a while. I was impressed to find that The Center offered free testing, funded by the state of Colorado. What an awesome thing to of...fer the public! It doesn't matter what your sexual orientation is; Everyone who is sexually active should take advantage of this program. Your health is important, and I am very happy that The Center is here to offer support. See More
B.M. Braschler
· October 8, 2016
Not to raise issues, but when you are told, information is kept away from the leaders who run it for a reason, and then when you raise your voice for something that was wronged in the place where you ...feel comfortable, and told to never come back......Something is fishy, and needs rot be looked at. See More
Grace Balzer
· January 5, 2017
I have been volunteering here for 2 1/2 years. It is a wonderful place to go to just be yourself, and to make friends who are going through what you are going through.
Devin-James Mathis
· November 29, 2016
The Center offers so many valuable resources for our community and really pushes to provide a safe place for everyone as well as offer them support for a wide variety of issues they may be facing.
Kurt Lynn
· October 22, 2017
What a wonderful Center to feel welcome. To be accepted. To feel safe. To feel loved. And be able to give it back.
Fran Winston
· November 21, 2013
I haven't been with Center very long but I have been so impressed with the leadership and the amount and quality of the services! They provide services to clients from 11 to 90 and have been here our community for 37 years WOW!!! See More
Joshua Luckey-Riddle
· May 18, 2017
the center is a jewel within the community, it provides a safe haven for our loved ones and even offers workshops and a meeting place for private meetings of all kinds.i look forward to working them i...n the future See More
Tammy Aaron
· July 8, 2017
A strong, supportive, important influence in our community. Thank you for all you do! �
Charles Chavez
· June 13, 2015
I was in an infested gay hater apartment, I had to get out. Do you have any referals for an apartment. My voucher is for $816.00 i'm having a very hard time being homeless. Thank you.!a
Heather M Truhan
· December 31, 2016
Valuable resource for the Denver community. Keep up the great work.
Kerry Kerstiens
· November 21, 2014
It's hard to let your young ones go. I'm so thankful that I found a safe place to let him spread his wings and fly! Thank you all!
Ronald Ford
· June 19, 2017
Best GLBT Community Center around! Thanks for all you do for us!
Daniele Shannon
· February 6, 2017
Excellent resources and staff! So happy to have found you!
Don Heldenbrand
May 10, 2012
Just to let everybody Know. Our "buddy" Rick Santorum will be speaking Tuesday May 15th at the Denver Convention Center at an Oil & Gas Conference. Occupy Denver will be hosting a protest. Come down a...nd join us. See More
Lindsey Jo
· December 9, 2014
I haven't yet been as I am new to the state, but I have heard wonderful things :)
Jessica Taylor
· June 3, 2014
You people rock! Such a great place and people to share my life with.
A Alexander Stella
May 5, 2012
… these paladins understand all too well: “either hang together or get hanged one at a time” ....

The Center is hosting our next LGBT Affirming Therapist training on Tuesday, June 5th. Earn 6.0 CE during this introductory level, LGBT cultural competency training for Licensed Psychologists, LPC’s, LCSW’s & more. Register today!

Earn 6.0 CE* during this introductory level, LGBT cultural competency training for Licensed Psychologists, LPC’s, LCSW’s & more. When: Tuesday, June 5, 2018 | 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM Where: GLBT Community Center of Colorado, 1301 E. Colfax Ave, Denver. Cost: $130 ($70 for current students with valid I...

The Committee on LGBT History has created The Don Romesburg Prize, which is designed to recognize educators who have demonstrated excellence in curriculum design that promotes students’ understanding of LGBT history. Applications are due October 1st and any K-12 educators are encouraged to apply!

Committee on LGBT History

ANNOUNCING the DON ROMESBURG PRIZE for K-12 Curriculum in LGBT History!

We are pleased to announce a new CLGBTH prize, the Don Romesburg Prize for outstanding ...K-12 curriculum in LGBT history. Don is a former co-chair of the CLGBTH and the lead author of the groundbreaking report, Making the Framework FAIR: California’s History-Social Science Framework Proposed LGBT Revisions Related to the FAIR Education Act, which he wrote about for Perspectives in 2016. We are thrilled to honor and to extend his work to bring intersectional and research-driven LGBT history content to K-12 students. The prize will be awarded for work completed in 2018 (announced at AHA 2019) and will be awarded every other year. It will be open to K-12 educators in all content areas and educational institutions. We will share the winning curriculum on our website and through our networks with the hope of encouraging teachers around the nation to adapt the content to meet their own objectives, standards, and student needs.

Description: The Don Romesburg Prize is designed to recognize educators who have demonstrated excellence in curriculum design that promotes students’ understanding of LGBT history. Educators are encouraged to self-nominate by submitting evidence of their own original lesson plan on a topic relevant to LGBT history. The lesson plan should be aligned to appropriate state or national standards and include instructions, supporting material, and evidence of teaching effectiveness. Whenever possible, applicants should design lessons that seamlessly incorporate LGBT history into existing units. (For example, a unit on the various groups that served in the military and defense industries during WWII might be adapted to include LGBT people. Similarly, a unit on the Red Scare might be adapted to include analysis of the Lavender Scare.) We also encourage lessons that incorporate unique primary sources, employ innovative instructional strategies (i.e. the use of multimedia technologies, creative art projects, or dramatizations), or facilitate collaboration with local museums/historical societies. Educators are especially urged to submit evidence of curriculum that teaches cultural empathy and promotes classroom-wide or school-wide dialogue.

Eligibility: The Don Romesburg Prize is open to educators in all content areas and educational institutions.

Application Requirements: To be considered for this prize, please submit the following evidence:

a. Description/overview/rationale for the lesson plan
b. Alignment to relevant National and/or State K-12 Standards
c. Detailed lesson plan including step by step instructions
d. All supporting material including student handouts or lesson materials
e. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g. samples of student work, photographs or video of the lesson implementation, and/or assessment results)
f. Evidence of an understanding of the larger body of scholarly research on the topic (e.g. a summary of the scholarly work on your topic and/or a list of scholarly sources consulted during the creation of the lesson)

Application Deadline: Emailed submissions must be sent by 11:59pm (Pacific time), 1 October 2018 to all members of the prize committee.

Prize Committee:

Don Romesburg, Sonoma State University,

David Duffield, University of Colorado, Denver,

Wendy Rouse, San Jose State University,

Winners will be announced at the Committee on LGBT History’s annual reception at the 2019 American Historical Association conference in Chicago, Illinois.

About the CLGBTH: The Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History is a community of scholars dedicated to promoting the study of homosexuality in the past and the present. The CLGBTH is an affiliate organization of the American Historical Association.

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