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August 11, 2021

The analysis found that nationally, segregation is increasing nationwide, while some of the Colorado findings were met with skepticism.

August 4, 2021

Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, whose bestselling works on racism argue for a focus on policies that lead to more equitable outcomes, has become a favorite target of conservative pundits and lawmakers.

July 26, 2021

What climate change means for one Colorado Indigenous community. 


June 24, 2021

University of Denver law professor Tom Romero, a scholar of Denver’s history of systemic racism and segregation, interviews journalist Rubinstein about his new book. 

June 9, 2021

Controversial sweeps of unauthorized homeless encampments in Denver have ramped up in recent months. 


June 3, 2021

The mandated quarantines and isolations sought to save lives. But prolonged confinement undermined years of work to make Colorado’s prisons less traumatic for incarcerated people. 

May 26, 2021

It’s been more than a year since many children and young adults in detention facilities across the state have seen their families, and education and other in-person services have been slow to start back up.

May 20, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic forced schools to halt in-person classes, people in Alamosa County worked to get laptops into the hands of students.  

May 10, 2021

A new evaluation report summarizes the 2020 field-building activities of 18 organizations funded through The Colorado Trust’s Health Equity Advocacy strategy.

May 4, 2021

Farmworkers play a vital role in feeding Coloradans, but most struggle to make a living wage.