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Larimer County, Colorado
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June, 2021

Tuesday
1
Zoom meeting
7:00 PM
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Announcing the first meeting of the newly adopted DEI Team (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion)! Newcomers are welcome. We‘ll get acquainted, brainstorm topics for future Dialogues and outline strategies to engage all members and teams around these vital principles of the League. Register to receive mail confirmation with the Zoom link and the agenda. Closed captioning available.
Thursday
3
Zoom. You will receive the Zoom access information in your registration confirmation email.
5:00 PM
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This event is the monthly meeting of the League of Women Voters of Larimer County‘s Public Relations Team. It is open to the public; closed captioning is available.
Monday
7
Zoom Meeting
If you are new, please contact Kay Easley.
11:30 AM
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The Covid-19 crisis has put a massive strain on what was growing a positive economic and political relationship between China and the continent of Africa. As Chinese President Xi Jinping’s centerpiece “Belt and Road initiative” continues to expand Chinese power, the response to the spread of Covid-19, as well as the African government’s growing debt to China, has seen pushback. What are some of the growing economic and political issues between China and Africa?
Monday
7
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Courtenay Daum, Professor of Political Science at Colorado State University, will present a public forum on reimaging public safety. Daum will review and discuss some of the recent debates surrounding the role of law enforcement in communities across the United States and examine the types of changes that have been proposed and alternatives to our current response-based models. She will focus attention on the need to reframe our debates about public safety and the role of the police to center the needs and experiences of diverse populations and communities including BIPOC, QPOC, immigrants, youth, the disabled and other intersectionally-marginalized individuals.
This forum will be on Zoom, is free and open to the public, and the zoom link will be sent to you after you register.
Tuesday
8
Zoom. You will receive the Zoom access information in your registration confirmation email.
6:30 PM
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This is the monthly meeting of the Voter Services Team. The meeting is open to the public. Closed captioning is available. Registration is required
Wednesday
9
In Person and Zoom
Raff's Tavern at the Highland Meadows Golf Course
11:00 AM
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"Weapons of Math Destruction is the Big Data story Silicon Valley proponents won‘t tell. . . . [It] pithily exposes flaws in how information is used to assess everything from creditworthiness to policing tactics . . . a thought-provoking read for anyone inclined to believe that data doesn‘t lie.”—Reuters
Wednesday
9
This discussion will be held on a Zoom call. Please register to receive the link.
7:00 PM
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"Weapons of Math Destruction is the Big Data story Silicon Valley proponents won‘t tell. . . . [It] pithily exposes flaws in how information is used to assess everything from creditworthiness to policing tactics . . . a thought-provoking read for anyone inclined to believe that data doesn‘t lie.”—Reuters
Thursday
10
Zoom meeting
11:30 AM
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Monthly team meeting
Thursday
10
zoom information will be sent with your registration confirmation email.
1:30 PM
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will be finalizing our Annual Report and discussing possibilities for 2022 general meeting and looking at speaker ideas for future meetings. Will build out calendar for new year.....
Monday
14
Zoom. You will receive the Zoom access information in your confirmation email.
11:00 AM
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The LWVLC Education Team will host Laurie Stolen, Larimer County Director of Behavioral Health Services as our invited speaker this month. Laurie will discuss Behavioral Health Funding in relation to the Larimer County Schools. This meeting is open to the public and Closed Captioning is available. Please register for the meeting to receive the Zoom link in your registration confirmation email.
Tuesday
15
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86403667915
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a nationwide League campaign that engages Leagues in advancing core democracy issues of: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Campaign Finance Reform and Redistricting.

The Election Reform team advocates for the National Popular Vote, Alternative Voting Methods to plurality voting; open, honest and transparent elections; curbing the influence of soft and dark money in elections and call for the public funding of elections.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!
Wednesday
16
Loveland Wastewater Treatment Facility
5:00 PM
Wednesday
23
virtual Zoom meeting
(link provided in registration email)
5:30 PM
Thursday
24
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As a bipartisan organization, we want to better understand our experience of political polarization and consider ways to create non-polarized dialogs. We will take ideas from CSU‘s Center for Public Deliberation and illustrate a process to begin non-polarized discussion. Closed captioning available.
Monday
28
Zoom. You will receive the Zoom access information in your registration confirmation email.
10:00 AM
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The conversation at June Legislative Action Team‘s meeting will reflect the end of the 2021 General Assembly session.