Presenting the CREEC Intersectionality Award and Celebrating Year 2!

Thank you so much to everyone who came out to Artwork Network Gallery last month to make our Second Anniversary Celebration a success! We’d especially like to thank our generous event sponsors and individual donors who made the event happen. We couldn’t have done it without you!

We were proud to honor Corbett O’Toole with the first-ever CREEC Intersectionality Award for her amazing advocacy work in the areas of women’s rights, disability rights, and LGBTQI rights. Corbett gave a stirring speech about how intersectionality has affected her own life and experiences as an advocate.

Here are some photos of the evening, taken by the talented Mary Lou Mobley of Foothills Fine Photography:

Tim Fox reviewing CREEC’s 2015 accomplishments

Speech presentation

Amy Robertson presenting Corbett O’Toole with the first-ever CREEC Intersectionality Award

Award

The Award!

Corbett speech

Corbett’s speech: discussing the concept of intersectionality, and how it has affected her life as an advocate for women’s rights, disability rights, and LGBTQI rights.

Smiling musicians

Friendly and talented musicians Mike Fitzmaurice and Brian Mullins!

DU students

DU Law Students

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Lauren Fontana and Amy Trenary

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Amy with Steven Meswarb and Sara Neel of the ACLU-Colorado

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Kasey Daniel, Mary Anne Harvey, and Frances Cox Lively

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Patricia Yeager and Henry Feldman

Again, a big thank you to everyone who came out to the event and helped us celebrate two great years of CREEC! We can’t wait to celebrate with all of you in many years to come.

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