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Colorado Women's College is currently undergoing a transition. Please check back in late September for more details.

Minimum Wage Impact Report

On September 13th, 2016 the Colorado Women's College, in collaboration with The Women's Foundation of Colorado, released a seminal, nonpartisan study titled "The Impact of a $12.00 Minimum Wage on Women in Colorado." This study examines the potential impacts of an increase in the minimum wage for Colorado women and their families. Among key findings, the report predicts that the Colorado Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will grow by $400 million, and incomes will increase for 20% of households in Colorado.

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Upcoming Events

Join us for a free film screening on October 18th!                                                            Click here to reserve your free ticket.
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"Strong Sisters: Elected Women in Colorado"

Strong Sisters: Elected Women in Colorado tells the extraordinary story of elected women in Colorado. This documentary film features a compilation of oral histories from past and current female elected officials, and is an official selection of the 2016 Breckenridge Film Festival.

Join filmmakers Laura Hoeppner and Meg Froelich for a talk-back immediately following the 6:30pm screening, moderated by Associate  Professor Sheila Schroeder of the University of Denver's Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies, along with Assistant  Professor Sara Chatfied of the Department of Political Science.

Screening is co-sponsored by the DU Feminist Student Alliance.

6:30pm   1st Screening and Filmmaker Talkback

8:30pm   2nd Screening 

Location: Chambers Center for the Advancement of Women, 1st Floor                                                 1901 E. Asbury Avenue

Tickets required; seating limited. Click here to reserve your free ticket.

Running Time: 1 hour and 14 minutes

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