Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado

October signals a change in weather and also an opportunity for a change of heart, Denver Public Library begins Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado’s 2021 community read: Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings: Poems by Joy Harjo, 23rd Poet Laureate of the United States and the first Indigenous person to carry this honor. 

Join The Conflict Center for two virtual discussions and participate online or dial-in by phone. If you need assistance with registration below, help is available at (720) 865-1111 and AskUs.

The Poetry of Joy Harjo: Conflict Resolution Month Book Discussion
Oct 14, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
First 15 local registrations for the program will receive a copy of Joy Harjo’s Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings: Poems prior to the event!

The Best of Enemies: Conflict Resolution Film Discussion
Oct 28, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Cinema provides another opportunity to learn about resolving conflict in our communities!

Join us for one or all of these programs, and discover more about upcoming virtual and in person events here.

Mitakuye Oyasin / We Are All Relatives,
Guest blogger DPL Librarian Randell 
Indigenous Talking Circle

Written by Laurie. on October 4, 2021


<span>Mary Zinn</span> on October 2, 2021


This is so beautifully written... so welcoming!! Thank you and the Denver Public Library for your devotion and hard work!!!

<span>Terrell Gutta</span> on March 2, 2023


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<span>Joe Arwin</span> on March 20, 2023


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<span>Amelia David</span> on May 1, 2023


I would say that having a designated month dedicated to this important topic is a positive step towards raising awareness and promoting peaceful solutions to conflicts. It provides an opportunity for individuals and organizations to come together and engage in meaningful dialogue and collaboration to address conflicts in a constructive and productive manner. I notice a similar news at The News Insides. I am encouraged to see Colorado taking this initiative and hope that it inspires other states and communities to do the same.

<span>Jeffery Ollsen</span> on May 1, 2023


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<span>Eboni Tumpkin</span> on May 6, 2023


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