Changing the Conversation for Mental Wellness Month

January is Mental Wellness Month and advocates are using it as an opportunity to start a conversation on cultivating mental wellness throughout our lives. Vincent Atchity, CEO of Mental Health Colorado, tells KGNU that they’re raising awareness about the need […]

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Looks Like New: Who Cares About Privacy?

While digital privacy issues often get a lot of attention and even alarmism, it rarely seems to change behavior. Even if it did, do individual choices really make a difference? Amie Stepanovich is a veteran policy expert and advocate who […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast Tuesday January 28, 2020

January is Mental Wellness month and KGNU’s Maeve Conran spoke with the CEO of Mental Health Colorado who says they’re raising awareness about mental wellness across the entire lifespan, from children to the elderly. Then, we hear another episode in […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast Monday January 27, 2020

At a forum in Longmont last week, employers were encouraged to hire marginalized workers. We’ll get a report from that forum followed by another student-produced episode of The Brink series. On Resistance Radio, we’ll hear voices from a Denver march […]

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Afterhours at the Radio Bookclub: JP Gritton

Listen to more of the conversation with JP Gritton in which he talks about writing a western novel and the soundtrack that he created for Wyoming. Afterhours at the Radio Bookclub is a podcast produced by KGNU in collaboration with […]

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Radio Bookclub: JP Gritton – Wyoming

The January selection for the Radio Bookclub is Wyoming by author JP Gritton. Despite the novel’s title, the book is mostly set in Colorado in 1988 where the only opportunity on the horizon for Shelley Cooper is fifty pounds of his brother’s […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast Friday January 24, 2020

We’ll hear about a climate summit happening in Boulder tomorrow and a forum for democratic senate candidates taking place on Sunday in Longmont organized by a coalition of groups in the Longmont Latinx community.     The Morning Magazine features […]

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La Cocina: Seeking Equity in Mental Health Services

La Cocina is a nonprofit organization that provides mental health and health equity services for the Latinx Spanish-speaking population of Northern Colorado. It was founded three years ago at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. The idea for this service was […]

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