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NEWSED’s Civil Rights Awards are back
 
Photo courtesy: NEWSED
 

By Joseph Rios
News@lavozcolorado.com
 
09/15/2021

After going virtual last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, NEWSED Community Development Corporation’s Civil Rights Awards are back in-person.

This will be the 30th year the organization hosts its Civil Rights Awards — which will pay homage to individuals and organizations that have assisted and advocated for homeless residents. The event takes place on Sept. 22 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and will be held at ReelWorks at 1399 35th St. Tickets can be purchased at
https://newsed.org/civil-rights-awards-denver/.

“Homelessness definitely is a huge issue. Not just in Denver but across the nation. In this year with COVID hitting, we’ve seen how devastating things have been for a whole lot of people,” said NEWSED President and CEO Andrea Barela. NEWSED focuses on solving long-term economic problems in disadvantaged communities and has served the Denver area since 1973.

“We wanted to draw attention to some of those who have been working boots on the ground and pushing the dial in that conversation in what we’re doing as a city and state to address the needs of these individuals. The Civil Rights Awards are a great way to learn about what these people and organizations are doing in this area,” she added. “It’s also a great way to learn about what NEWSED is doing and to get caught up on NEWSED’s work.”

This year’s Civil Rights Awards winners are Denver City Councilmember Candi CdeBaca, PJ Damico, the Denver VOICE, Denver Homeless Out Loud and the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless. About each award winner:

Candi CdeBaca

CdeBaca has represented Denver’s District 9 on City Council since 2019. She is a Denver native and is the first LGTBQ Latina to serve on Denver City Council.

She co-sponsored the Eviction Defense Right of Counsel ordinance — which will provide a free lawyer to income-qualified tenants who are facing eviction proceedings. CdeBaca also led the way to force the city to divest from halfway houses operated by private prison companies.

PJ Damico

Damico has dedicated his life to activism, focusing on social change across all issues of oppression.

These past 10 years, he’s stood, slept and has been arrested as an act of solidarity to the homeless community. Damico served as the first director of RedLine Denver and as a professor at the University of Colorado Denver, Metropolitan State University of Denver and Regis University. He taught courses in social justice, community organizing and leadership.

The Denver VOICE

The Denver VOICE has served as a monthly street newspaper since the 1990’s.

It gives people experiencing homelessness and poverty a source of income and entrepreneurial resource. It offers nontraditional job opportunities that works to help residents meet basic human needs and regain control of their lives. The Denver VOICE also provides peer support and addresses other barriers to self-sufficiency.

Denver Homeless Out Loud

Since 2012, Denver Homeless Out Loud has worked to serve the homeless population through its four working groups: Homeless Bill of Rights, Tiny Homes, Urban Rest Stops and Get Loud.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization achieved nonprofit status and is working to continue its community organizing efforts, policy work and to continue to stand up to encampment sweeps. Its first project was to survey homeless people about the effect of the recently passed “Unauthorized Camping Ordinance.”

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless works to develop housing and to support people experiencing homelessness in Colorado with healthcare and supportive services.

The nonprofit organization has opened more than 20 properties across the Denver metro area. It also operates the Stout Street Health Center, which provides health care to 15,000 men, women and children who are at risk of or who are currently experiencing homelessness.


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