Grand Junction Inclusivity Proclamation moved to new location

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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT) -- Sunday, the Grand Junction Inclusivity proclamation will leave Charlie Dwellington’s to be housed at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Grand Valley.

The document underlines the city’s commitment to end discrimination and counter racism.

Groups throughout Grand Junction pushed to see it signed, so the document itself is moving from location to location where activists fought for its ratification.

"Even though the proclamation as it stands is not where we live, there's a lot of racism here, there's a lot of sexism here, there's a lot of transphobia, we're trying to dismantle that, to fight those systems and build a better tomorrow," Jon Williams with Black Lives Matter Grand Junction said.