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Assessing the State of Justice in Colorado and Wyoming, UCCS, 1420 Austin Bluffs Pkwy. $30 adults, $20 youth. Includes workshops addressing criminal justice public policy and practice, focusing on the impact on African Americans and other minorities. Sponsored by the NAACP. Sat., May 21. Call 390-3705 or 475-7255 for more.

Iraq War Protest, Acacia Park, 115 E. Platte Ave. A protest against the injustices of war and the current U.S. government's intervention in Iraq. The protest is on Armed Forces day to protest the actions of the military, not individuals. Sat., May 21.

The Nazi Medical Doctors' Trials, The Broadmoor Hotel's Main Ballroom, 1 Lake Ave. $10-$25. Vivien Spitz, the youngest court reporter at the Nuremberg Trials, speaks on the lessons of the Holocaust. Tues., May 24, noon. Call 579-8443 to register.

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Open Space Volunteer Needed, a volunteer needed to work on the Working Committee to determine spending priorities for trails, open space and parks using TOPS sales tax. Applications due June 3. Call Chris at 385-6530 for more.

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