(Photo courtesy of Community Food Share) Surging inflation has led to cost of living increases, and wages haven’t been keeping up. Many people living paycheck to paycheck have turned to food banks. And those food banks have been struggling to […]
It's The Economy
It’s The Economy – Latina Business Leaders in Denver
In this episode of It’s The Economy we hear a conversation with Dana Rodriguez (pictured above), executive chef at Casa Bonita and owner and head chef at Cantina Loca, Work and Class and Super Mega Bien. KGNU’s Rossana Longo-Better sits down with Tamil Maldanado owner […]
Looks Like New – Tensions in the Archive: Rediscovering The Non Aligned Movement with Mila Turajlić
How did the Global South once inscribe its battle for liberation into media archives and how does accessing and viewing this material change through time, location and context? What lessons can the mediated image learn in counteracting the digital divide […]
Looks Like New – Could online justice be restorative?
The stakes for moderation and governance in online communities are getting higher and higher. Harms can be very serious, from election manipulation to sexual abuse. But for the most part, platforms rely on only very blunt tools for addressing these […]
Looks Like New – Can artists control their own business?
Art has often been the vanguard of new tech. It was through art that many people got interested in the Internet to begin with, or became willing to pay for subscription services. But too often, large corporations take advantage of […]
Co-op Power Hour: Agriculture and the Cooperative Advantage
In this episode, we talk about agriculture and cooperatives. Agriculture, homesteading and the rural lifestyle was at one time the economic backbone of the state and is in many ways the key heritage of the state. Colorado agriculture generates more than $41B in economic activity and employs more than 173k people in the state. Production agriculture and processing account for a majority of Colorado’s agricultural activity. Colorado is a net exporter of agricultural products.
Co-op Power Hour: What Does Wealth Mean in Westwood?
As Metro Denver undergoes drastic changes, what does it mean to build community wealth? Yessica Holguin is a fellow at the Community Wealth Building Network, where she is working to organize and mobilize cooperative economies, especially in low-income communities of […]
Cannabis in Colorado – Amendment 64 Five Years Later
Five Years since the passage of Colorado’s Amendment 64, the cannabis industry faces many challenges. From security to banking, to pesticides and community push back, the pot industry continues to adapt. What is the future for the cannabis industry in […]