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A recently proposed rule would allow transgender people to be turned away from federally funded homeless shelters.
A Colorado researcher identifies factors that put some communities at risk for rapid, often unsustainable development.
Coloradans who rent housing have long faced significant challenges and obstacles to avoiding eviction or displacement. New state legislation and community efforts are hoping to change that.
Unsolved murders, as well as the long-lasting anguish and despair they can cause among surviving relatives, impact some communities and races more than others.
The Trust's vice president of Community Partnerships & Grants says white people have a responsibility to fight racism.
New census tract-level data reveal significant discrepancies in the life expectancies and future earnings of Colorado residents based on where, exactly, they live.
$45 million in new funding should provide new mental health services, and keep more people in mental health crises out of jail.
Colorado has emerged as a national model for its investment in trying to cure hepatitis C, especially among historically disadvantaged patients.
The Trust’s community partner working in Colorado Springs wants the city’s new long-term development plan to value equity and inclusion, acknowledge the city’s history and learn from the past.
People living in a small farming town in southwestern Colorado found they need to work together to get things done. They’re not the only ones.
Seven things you can do right now to make your community safer for transgender kids.
Suburban poverty rates have quietly risen in Front Range counties in recent years, and impacted families are struggling to find services and make ends meet.
Colorado public school districts are struggling to recruit and retain Black teachers. Education experts say students are paying the price.
A new national analysis by the Economic Policy Institute reveals Colorado’s income growth continues to stream unequally to the top 1 percent.