CO Civil Rights Commission Reauthorization Clears Hurdle

A measure to reauthorize the Colorado Civil Rights Commission cleared its first hurdle in the Senate Wednesday, but as Bente Birkeland reports, there are still disagreements over how it will ultimately look… https://objects-us-east-1.dream.io/kgnu-news/2018/04/041818CivilRightsCommission.mp3   Right now the Governor appoints all […]

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The Labor Exchange: Glenda Robinson on MLK

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Martyr For All Workers & Their Families: 49 Years- April 4, 1968 R.I.P. Host Dennis Creese speaks with Glenda Robinson, Civil Rights Activist @ Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee, 1966-1968 & Associate Minister, 2nd […]

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Dot Org: Warm Cookies of the Revolution

In order to have a healthy community, whether it is local or global, citizens must be engaged in civic affairs. Warm Cookies of the Revolution provides a place where people can go to exercise for civic health. Evan Weisman, Executive […]

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Red Flame for Freedom Tour comes to Boulder

“To me mass incarceration and the failure to release people within the proper time frame is genocide.” Sekou Kambui spent more than 40 years incarcerated in Alabama State prisons for the murder of two white men in Alabama that he […]

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Outsources: Clare Byarugaba

Ms. Byarugaba received international attention for her efforts fighting the anti-homosexuality legislation in Uganda while working for the Civil Society Coalition on Human Rights and Constitutional Law. She and other Coalition members were awarded the 2011 US State Department Human Rights Defenders […]

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