Partner with DITA
Our host sites and interns are not the only integral keys to the success of our program. DITA is always looking for organizations within Colorado to partner with to help us grow our programming, provide networking opportunities for our interns, and even hosting DITA Learning Requirements like workshops and orientations.
Interested in joining us grow the future leadership in our arts & culture community? Get in touch so we can build a partnership together!
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Black Lives Matter Resources
As protests in response to the systemic police brutality of Black people continue across the country, DITA recognizes those who are joining in to help. In our continuing commitment to equity within our communities, we have compiled the following list of organizations that are leading the charge for racial equality.
Showing Up for Racial Justice Denver (SURJ Denver) is one branch of a national network that is devoted to undermining white supremacy working towards racial justice.
Colorado Black Women for Political Action (CBWPA) is a non-partisan, non-profit organization whose main purpose is to provide a vehicle for meaningful political involvement of African Americans.
The Denver Justice Project works with historically marginalized communities to address systemic racism by transforming law enforcement and the structure of the criminal justice system.
Black Lives Matter 5280 assists in building more loving and united Black communities while eliminating anti-Black violence and racism.
Black Lives Matter Foundation, Inc is a multinational organization in the US, UK, and Canada, whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes.
Soul 2 Soul Sisters is a Black Womxn-led nonprofit that seeks to address the anti-Black violence in the U.S. along with radical reproductive justice and increasing the power of Black voters.
Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective is a nonprofit organization working to remove the barriers that Black people experience regarding emotional health care. In the face of the systems that dehumanize Black people in America, BEAM believes community-based systems of care help alleviate the harm and trauma.