10 Years Of DACA In Story & Song (Bilingual)

To reflect on the 10th anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals known DACA, created in 2012 to provide two-year deferred deportation, a work permit, and increased opportunity for higher education for children brought without documentation. Rossana Longo-Better spoke […]

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Local Bead Event Empowers Maasai Women

We know the Maasai people for their distinct culture. They live in Tanzania, a world-renowned place for its wildlife that draws lots of travelers. Maasai women, wrap themselves in their brightly-colored shúkas. Angel Mollel is one of them: a Maasai. […]

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What Does It Mean To Be Chicana In Denver?

  The Making of Chicanas: Nurtures & Warriors is a documentary about Denver women with Mexican and Indigenous roots who have dedicated themselves to social justice. KGNU’s Rossana Longo-Better spoke with Rowena Alegria, Chief Storyteller of the City of Denver, […]

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Is It Time To End Title 42?

More than 20 Republican-dominated states have filed a lawsuit to prevent the Biden Administration from lifting an immigration restriction known as Title 42. The restriction, which was revived during the Trump Administration, has created a bottleneck for asylum seekers at […]

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Palestinian Cultural Day Celebration

The Boulder-Nablus Sister City Project and Colorado Palestinian Club are presenting Palestinian Cultural Day this coming Saturday, May 14th at the Museum of Boulder. Nablus, Palestine is a Sister City of Boulder that fosters relationships through cultural education, and inspiring […]

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