TNR Calendar


The following are events that community members and organizations have requested that The Nation Report publish.


February 16, Saturday:

Connect with SURJ Families

Join SURJ Families of Boulder County for a storytime & meetup. February’s meetup will be focused on an activity called Black Excellence is Everywhere We Look.

SURJ Families Meetups engage all ages in activities and conversation around race, and gives families time to just play and connect around our shared values. Snacks will be provided.

For questions about accessibility, please email Marissa at

No RSVP required.

While SURJ is focused on moving more White people into action for racial justice, this event will be a multi-racial space. All are welcome.

SURJ Families of Boulder County is part of a national network of groups organizing White people for racial justice. We are committed to building race-consciousness and anti-racism among parents/caregivers, educators, and community members who work with children. We are focused on providing the tools and support needed to challenge White supremacy — in ourselves, in others, and within the systems in our community — and empower our children to act for justice. We do this so that children may express comfort and joy with human diversity, have accurate language for human differences, and develop deep and caring connections with people of other racial identities.

6688 Drew Ranch Lane,


10 to 12:00 pm

February 19, Tuesday:

Free Law Clinics

The City of Longmont, through its Community and Neighborhood Resources Division, and the Boulder Court Self-Help Resource Center, coordinates quarterly law clinics free and open to the public.  Registration is not required.

Attorneys are available on site to provide legal advice in English and Spanish in the following areas:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Collections
  • Consumer Issues
  • Criminal law
  • Employment law
  • Fair Housing/Disabilities
  • Family law
  • Immigration
  • Landlord/tenant
  • Personal Injury
  • Probate
  • Social Security

For questions contact Susan Spaulding:


Sacred Heart of Jesus Church

1318 Mapleton Ave.


5:30 to 7:30 pm



Culture & Resistance with David Barsamian

Boulder Bookstore 

1107 Pearl St.

Boulder, CO 80302




February 28, Thursday:

Atomic Film Series: The Man Who Saved the World

“The Man Who Saved the World” is about the Russian Lt. Colonel, Stanislav E. Petrov, a bitter old man who lost everything after deciding not to obey superior orders, and hereby changing the fate of the world. Few people know of him… Yet hundreds of millions of people are alive because of him. His difficult judgement call prevented the start of a worldwide nuclear war and the devastation of much of the Earth.

The film was recently screened at the Dairy Arts Center and we look forward to sharing it with you!  Click here for parking information and to learn more about the Atomic Film Series. 

Hosted by the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center.

Sycamore Hall, Room 8130

Naropa University

2130 Arapahoe Ave.

7:00 pm

March 3, Sunday:

Culture & Resistance with David Barsamian

Boulder Vets for Peace

First United Methodist Church of Boulder

1421 Spruce St,

Boulder, CO 80302



March 8, Friday:

Fort Collins Community Action Network presents Culture & Resistance with David Barsamian


FoCo Cafe

225 Maple Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521



March 15, Friday:

Culture & Resistance with David Barsamian


Belong Church

1615 N Ogden St, Denver, CO 80218


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