Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR) is a community-rooted organization that works to enable Latinx individuals and their families to lead safe, healthy and self-determined lives.
COLOR works to ensure that Latinx individuals and their families are accessing opportunities and resources for the health of mind, body, and spirit.
We value justice and equity for all people: creating awareness of intersectionality and the ways it is used to either support or marginalize Latinx communities. We are a community rooted and work to create intergenerational opportunities and leadership. We model sex positivity and support Latinx individuals’ right to make their own decisions.
What your donation represents:
- $500 helps five LIPS youth travel to Washington D.C. to lobby their representatives.
- $250 helps bring four Coloradans from across the state to Latino/a Advocacy Day.
- $150 sends three canvassers out into our neighborhoods to register & mobilize voters.
- $75 provides sex ed to one adult and one youth from our Spanish-speaking, immigrant families.
- $55 allows our Youth of COLOR fellows to host one community meeting to educate young Latinxs on current policies that affect them and their families/loved-ones.
- Your own amount – let us know what you can contribute today!
Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR) is a community-rooted nonprofit organization that works to enable Latinx individuals and their families to lead safe, healthy, self-determined lives.
COLOR works to ensure Latinx individuals and their families are accessing opportunities and resources for health of mind, body, and spirit.
We empower community through knowledge, education, and information.
We believe that community is at the center of achieving complete physical, mental, spiritual, political, economic, and social well-being for ourselves.
We Elevate Voices
We value an intergenerational approach and are committed to an intergenerational leadership ladder.
COLOR’s herstory began with a grassroots group of Latinas searching for strategies to overcome increasing rates of HIV/AIDS and other issues impacting the Latino community in the areas of education, health care, civil rights, economic justice, and immigration. In 1998, COLOR became a nonprofit and has been serving the Latinx communities of Colorado ever since.
We are committed to justice and equality as a human right.