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Stories play an important role in illuminating the work and accomplishments of our grantees, community teams and other partners. Stories below are specifically related to The Colorado Trust’s work, and may be filtered by funding strategy. To learn more about inequities and injustices faced by Coloradans, visit our Collective Colorado website, an online outlet for reliable, nonpartisan information about issues that impact the health and well-being of the people living in our state.

Racism Hurts All of Us

May 2017

So why is it used as a political strategy? Legal scholar and author Ian Haney López explains.

Disability Justice at the Intersections

March 2017

Lydia X. Z. Brown spoke about the way ableism interacts with racism and other forms of oppression in a presentation as part of The Trust’s Health Equity Learning Series.

Fort Morgan Is Getting Together

March 2017

In a city remade by successive waves of immigrants, the local community is working to make its schools, neighborhoods and public spaces more welcoming for all.

Self-Determining Saguache

January 2017
Kristin Jones

The San Luis Valley town of Saguache, population 500, takes matters into its own hands.

Learn about the health equity issues affecting Coloradans at Collective Colorado, a publication of The Colorado Trust.