We hear from an artist unveiling a new project in Denver tonight looking at the realities of separation, detention and deportation in the immigrant experience. Then, a segment of our Juneteenth special with the “grandmother of Juneteenth”, Ms. Opal Lee […]
We’ll take a look at how the lack of affordable housing ties into the labor shortage followed by a loot at green jobs in Colorado. This time on the Cannabis Report, we take a look at some marijuana news out […]
Bi-weekly updates on what’s happening in the world of cannabis with marijuana reporter Leland Rucker.
We’ll hear from a coalition of Denver faith leaders gathered yesterday ahead of the opening of the newest safe urban camping space at the Park Hill United Methodist Church. Then, a report on Boulder City Council’s debate last night on […]
We’ll hear from a woman participating in a nationwide fast pushing for immigration reform followed by a story on how environmentalists are celebrating the Biden administration’s promise to do a damage assessment after announcing billions of dollars will be redirected […]
We hear from housing rights advocates celebrating victories in the recently concluded legislative session and preparing a broader campaign to overturn the state-level ban on rent control. Then, we get an update on what’s new at Boulder City Council from […]
We begin with a report on the opening of a new, safe outdoor urban camping space for Denver’s homeless population. Then, we’ll hear about a gun buyback event taking place in Boulder on Sunday that will turn surrendered weapons into […]
We take a look at the detail of the largest tax reform bill in a decade now headed for the Governor’s desk. We’ll hear from the director of a documentary currently in production looking at the impact of COVD-19 on […]