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Theater as a medium for labor & community activism, with Dr. James Walsh, History Professor, University of Colorado Denver & Romero Theater Troupe. With host Dennis Creese. Note – this is a rebroacst from November, 2015.
We hear why reports from Colorado School districts showing fewer children in poverty might not be accurate. Then, a sneak peek at what’s planned for the upcoming Boulder International Film Festival from the festival co-organizer and director. https://sfo2.digitaloceanspaces.com/kgnu-show-archives/audioarchives/MorningMagazine/2021/MorningMagazine_2021-06-21.mp3 The Morning […]
With most school districts shifting to virtual instruction as COVID-19 cases rise, Governor Jared Polis announced a “back-to-school task force” to help schools offer as much uninterrupted in-person learning as possible in the spring. Colorado does not have a statewide […]
Cleo Parker Robinson Dance (CPRD) is a cultural ambassador, infusing vitality, innovation and education into every community they touch—around the corner and around the globe. During this pandemic crisis they are offering online classes and podcasts. Founder Cleo Parker Robinson […]
Celebrate the Beat provides in-school and after-school dance programs for all children that improves their physical health and well being, inspires them to believe in themselves, and establishes a standard of excellence that impacts all aspects of their lives. Executive […]
Park Hill Neighbors for Equity in Education (PHNEE) wants to bring justice to education in the Park Hill neighborhood of Denver. They are committed to addressing the resource and opportunity gaps that exist in the elementary schools in Park Hill. […]