Reveal: Losing Ground – Farming while black

Picture an American farmer. Chances are, the farmer you’re imagining is white – more than 9 out of 10 American farmers today are. But historically, African Americans played a huge role in agriculture. The nation’s economy was built largely on […]

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Dot Org: Motus Theater

The mission of Motus Theater is to create original theater to facilitate dialogue on critical issues of our time, such as immigration and race and class. Kirsten Wilson, Executive Director, talks with host Steve Miller about their productions.   Download […]

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Diversity in the Outdoors

“Once you gain a passion for the outdoors, it doesn’t expire. I really just takes the first incentive to get outdoors to see the fun that you can have just exploring a new space.” Growing up in Atlanta, Ani Yahzid […]

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MLK Day discussion: Race in Boulder County

“there’s a lot going on that keeps people blind, a lot of things that people do themselves to check out, because they’re difficult conversations to have, difficult things to know about, but if they’re happening to you, you don’t have […]

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Dialogues on mulit-racial communities

“I grew up in a multi-cultural family that then broke up into a multi-racial family.” Pedro Silva II knows that it can be hard to grow up in a family of mixed perspectives based on culture and race. His father is from Portugal and his mother […]

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