One Colorado asks LGBTQ residents to prioritize needs

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One Colorado, a statewide LGBTQ rights organization, is once again asking for feedback from LGBTQ Coloradans.

The organization provided a survey in 2010 that not only covered demographics, income, goals and lifestyle, but also asked LGBTQ people what they felt One Colorado's priorities should be. 4,600 completed the survey.

In response to the results, the organization focused on relationship recognition, school safety for LGBTQ youth and access to health care. Through lobbying, organizing political actions and protests, and bringing speakers and events to various communities in Colorado, it has spent six years concentrating on these issues.

Working in what One Colorado's website calls "post-marriage-equality Colorado," it is time to refocus the organization's efforts. With that in mind, the organization is conducting another survey and inviting all LGBTQ Coloradans to respond.

The survey, which is available in English and Spanish, takes about twenty minutes to complete and includes questions about daily life, political priorities and social priorities.

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