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How We Got Here

Agencies at the local, state, and federal level have continued to report an increase in acts of violence against LGBTQ, Jewish and migrant communities. In 2022, Out Boulder County (OBC) began actively engaging in plans to increase community safety and combat hate, not only in Boulder, but across the Rocky Mountain region. In October, OBC, with the help of the Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, were one of the first two LGBTQ organizations to receive funding from the Center of Prevention Programs and Partnerships (CP3) to dedicate staff time and resources to this vitally important work. 


This project is partially funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships, opportunity number DHS-22-TTP-132-00-01


To actively engage with communities and local law enforcement partners to build meaningful relationships and increase trust.


There will someday be a time when members of all communities will feel safe reporting hate and acts of violence against them, which will result in safer communities and accountability for those who threaten our safety.

Project Core Team

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Mardi Moore


Out Boulder County

Executive Director

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Michal Duffy


Out Boulder County

Director of Education


Kevin Marples


BlueGovTech LLC

Project Manager

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Thank You

Substantial support from the staff of Out Boulder County

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