Pueblo Network for Civil Rights

Civil rights are the rights of citizens to political and social freedom and equality. We at the NAACP Pueblo Branch recognize the following organizations for doing their part in protecting and maintaining civil rights in the City of Pueblo and Southern Colorado.

 

Social Justice and Direct Action through Nonviolent Resistence

 

El Movimiento Sigue, the Chicano Movement continues in Pueblo

Pueblo Activism Exchange, positive change through protest

Pueblo Indivisible, for progressive policies

Pueblo League of Women Voters, empowering voters for democracy 

Sierra Club Sangre de Cristo Group for environmental justice

Southern Colorado Equality Alliance, bringing LGBTQ and alley communities together

Southern Colorado Women's March

NAACP CO-MT-WY Area State Conference

 

Business and Community

 

Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce
Pueblo Latino Chamber of Commerce
 

Cultural Heritage

 

El Pueblo History Museum

Pueblo Ghost Walk
Pueblo Heritage Museum

Pueblo Juneteenth Organization, remembering celebrating the freedom and heritage of African-Americans
Historic Pueblo, Inc.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Cultural Center (There is a Pueblo Branch of the Colorado Holiday Commission)
Pueblo Archaeological & Historical Society
Roselawn Cemetery Association
Steelworks Museum of the West (Bessemer Historical Society)
 

Education and Student Affairs

 

Black Student Union, Colorado State University of Pueblo
Pueblo Community College
 

Employment and Unions
Colorado WINS (Workers for Innovative and New Solutions)
 

Government

 

The City of Pueblo - [See the City's Job Opportunities]
The County of Pueblo

Pueblo Counts Committee for U.S. Census
 

Health and Human Services

 

CASA of Pueblo
Pueblo Area Agency on Aging
Pueblo Department of Public Health & Environment
Pueblo Rape Crisis Services
The Substance Use Response Ecosystem (SURE)
 

Neighborhood Associations and Events


Bessemer Association for Neighborhood Development (BAND)
Eiler Heights Neighborhood Association
The Bessemer, Eilers, and Grove Neighborhood Improvement Network (BEGIN)

The Pueblo Volunteer Center

Neighborhood Watch (Contact Pueblo Police Crime Prevention Officer Brandon Beauvais, 719-553-2484)
Volunteer Match
 

Parks and Recreation


Pueblo Parks and Recreation Department
 

Pueblo Boards and Commissions

 

ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Advisory Committee
Civil Service Commission
Community Commission on Housing and Homelessness
Community Services Advisory Commission (CSAC)
Electric Utility Commission
Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo
Human Relations Commission
Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center Board of Trustees
The Pueblo Area Council of Governments

 

Social Services, Community Resources, and Education

 

Annual Bessemer Extravaganza (Sponsored by the Pueblo Poverty Foundation and Bessemer Academy)
Arc of Pueblo
Catholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo
Colorado 2-1-1
NeighborWorks of Southern Colorado
Pueblo Child Advocacy Center
Pueblo City-County Library District

Pueblo Ministerial Alliance

Temple Emanuel Pueblo
 

Not Listed Yet?
If your organization is interested in civil rights, too, please contact us. We will be glad to hear from you.

 

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