Abolish Slavery Colorado! Individual Endorsement Form
I endorse Amendment A which will remove language from the Colorado Constitution which continues to permit slavery and involuntary servitude in the case of someone who has been convicted of a crime.
The Colorado Constitution states: “There shall never be in this state either slavery or involuntary servitude EXCEPT as a punishment for crime, whereof the party shall have been duly convicted." Amendment A abolishes slavery in Colorado. Voting YES on Amendment A will change our Constitution to say: “There shall never be in this state either slavery or involuntary servitude." The Constitution is not a symbolic document. It is the moral and legal foundation of our state. We Coloradans have the opportunity to be the 1st state to remove this deeply offensive language from our Constitution.
Abolish Slavery Colorado is a diverse, grassroots, multi-faith, and bi-partisan coalition of organizations and individuals fighting for human dignity and justice by removing slavery from the Colorado Constitution.
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I endorse Amendment A to abolish the exception for slavery in the Colorado Constitution.
I would like to make a donation to support Amendment A
Donations to Abolish Slavery Colorado can be made online at
or by mail to: Abolish Slavery Colorado PO BOX 603 Lafayette, CO 80026
Testimony or Comment: Why do you support Amendment A to abolish slavery in Colorado?
Amendment A is supported by the ACLU, Denver Justice Project, The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado, Lutheran Advocacy Ministry-Colorado, NAACP Colorado State Conference, ProgressNow Colorado, Together Colorado, United for a New Economy
For more information contact: Rev. Jann Halloran,
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