“Road To Change” Gun Reform Forum

On Friday, July 13th at the Shorter Community African Methodist Episcopal church in Denver, gun safety advocates from Colorado, relatives of those who died in the Columbine and Sandy Hook shootings, and student activists from the March for Our Lives […]

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Queenz of Hip-Hop

Queenz of Hip-Hop has evolved to encompass not only an annual event, but also community organizing, philanthropy, workshop facilitation, a professional performance troupe, and partnership with female artists across both the state and the country.   Due to the event’s […]

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Never Again Colorado

Tish Beauford speaks with Olivia Gardner and Madison Rose from Never Again Colorado about their tour to our nation’s capital next month to continue to lobby for gun control reform with our nation’s legislators. Olivia Gardner is a sophomore at […]

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The Future of Corporate Controlled Journalism

With recent layoffs at the Denver Post by its hedge fund owner Alden Global Capital, a lot of local and national discussion has focused on finding a new local owner who would invest in the newspaper. There has been little analysis of the systemic problems surrounding corporate media and what non-profit alternatives might be preferable.

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Dr. Daniel Ellsberg’s Nuclear Winter

Dr. Daniel Ellsberg is a former high level defense analyst known as the legendary whistle-blower who revealed the Pentagon Papers. While working at the Rand Corporation, he turned top secret documents over to The New York Times  and Washington Post, The papers […]

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Christian Picciolini: Remorse and Redemption

Christian Picciolini rose from recruit to leader of a Neo-Nazi gang in Chicago in the late 1980s – early 1990s. Christian and his white supremacist colleagues grabbed headlines and wreaked havoc in the Windy Cindy, rhetorically and physically attacking Jews […]

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Life After Football – Living With Brain Damage

https://kgnu-news.objects-us-east-1.dream.io/2018/01/03-1-18%20Kelly%20FootballEDIT.mp3   Rob Kelly retired from the NFL in 2002 at the age of 28 after 5 seasons as a professional footballer…four with the New Orleans Saints and one with the New England Patriots. Prior to that he played college […]

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