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Shocked by a series of unexpected deaths, the San Luis Valley town of Saguache is going deep in its search for answers.
Longstanding environmental health concerns in northeast Denver have become magnified amidst several large-scale, long-term infrastructure projects.
The daily aggressions of chronic racism—along with racial bias in the medical system—are believed to be at the root of higher rates of maternal and infant mortality for Black women.
A Colorado program linking health care patients with attorneys delivers results.
LGBTQ civil rights activists have fought hard for access to the same constitutional rights as all Americans, and a recent Supreme Court decision doesn’t erase their gains.
Author and ethicist Harriet A. Washington detailed the medical profession’s role in the abuse of African-Americans, and suggested reforms, in the latest presentation of The Trust’s Health Equity Learning Series.
New research reveals how the race and education level of parents can have a profound impact on the future wealth of their children.
In communities deprived of investment, people feel it.
People of color in Denver were once excluded from building wealth through homeownership. How much has changed?
In the first year of implementation, virtually all people exercising their right to die were white, already in hospice care and living in the Front Range.
New county-level research shows how health varies greatly by location, race and ethnicity.
Jennifer Fanning, who leads the Grand County Rural Health Network, says systemic changes start with listening to the community.
A U.S. government plan to ask all households about citizenship status in the 2020 Census sparks fears that Colorado’s federal funding and political representation could suffer.
Coloradans with low household incomes may be hurt, but not because of changes to their take-home pay.