2020 brought CREEC’s first ever virtual event! Held on September 17, 2020 via Zoom, CREEC’s event featured a year-in-review of CREEC’s work and the launch of two new CREEC videos – one about the Accessibility Project and the other about the Immigration Detention Accountability Project. CREEC honored the critical and inspiring work of activist, organizer, and attorney Elisabeth Epps with our 2020 Challenging Discrimination Award. You can read more about Elisabeth and her work on our blog.
Thank you to our generous 2020 event sponsors!
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2020 Sponsors: Anonymous – In honor of CREEC’s work this year, Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition, Kim & Mary Kay Love – In Memory of Peter Robertson, Bill Lee & Brenda Lowe Wong, Relay Colorado, Thomas Kelley, Goldstein, Borgen, Dardarian & Ho, Johnson & Klein Law, Killmer Lane & Newman LLC, Colorado Hispanic Bar Association, Michael Bien, ACLU-Colorado, RMIAN, Impact Fund, Benham-Baker Legal, LaBarre Law Offices, Dane Law, Alan Chen, Mark Ebel & Catherine Laskey, Anonymous – In honor of Carrie Ann Lucas
We celebrated CREEC’s 2019 Event at the History Colorado Center on September 19th!
Our 2019 event showcased the work CREEC has done, with your help, to challenge discrimination nationally and right here in Colorado. We also honored César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández as the 2019 awardee of CREEC’s Challenging Discrimination Award. You can read more about César and his work on CREEC’s blog.