Denver MLK Marade Draws Record Participants

More than 30,000 people gathered in Denver on Jan. 19th for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations. We hear two reports featuring the voices of students who  participated in the marade. Dave Ashton and Diana Aqra spoke to […]

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Forum Planned after Selma Movie

The group Radically Compassionate Justice is holding a community dialogue on Saturday with members of the Boulder Police following the Selma 10:00 am matinee at the 29th St Century Theatre.  The group is offering complimentary tickets to those who need them. […]

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Denver Community Forum on Race

Hundreds of people gathered at the History Colorado center in Denver for a community forum hosted by Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and was a response to recent community protests and student walk outs in the community.  Panelists included student activists, […]

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Pastor Anthony Grimes on Ferguson and Social Justice

Anthony Grimes is a pastor, writer and community activist in Park Hill Denver. He recently participated in a Freedom Ride from Denver to Ferguson Missouri and he’s back in Denver and says he’s committed to continuing the conversation about race, […]

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COP20 Lima: Youth Movement in Climate Action

The youth movement at the climate talks has always had a strong presence but has found itself without an available venue to be part of the climate negotiations. Still their actions have been consistent, creative, and unavoidable as some have […]

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“I’m Not A Racist, Am I?”

I’m Not A Racist, Am I? is a documentary directed by Denver Public Schools graduate Catherine Wigginton Green and produced by Andre Robert Lee. The film follows 12 teens from all around New York City, from a range of ethnic, racial, […]

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