End Game Association brings chess, artists, activists and entrepreneurs together for community development strategizing.
Chelsea Blankenship has worked for years to create online communities for women, work that has now become more important during the pandemic.
At the corner of 20th and Blake Streets sits a commemorative plaque with several historical inaccuracies.
The plaque memorializes an anti-Chinese riot that destroyed Denver’s Chinatown, calling the event a “Chinese riot.” But it erases the primary victim of the Sinophobic attack, according to historians and activists. Were it to read in full, they say, it would state that on Oct. 31, 1880, Lu Yang, also called Look Young or in his native language 陆扬, was lynched by anti-Chinese rioters.
On Lunar New Year, the Denver Asian American and Pacific Islander Commission released a video announcing the replacement of the plaque along with an ambitious project to reimagine and rebuild Denver’s Chinatown. The endeavor will take upwards of a decade to complete but will soon begin in earnest.
Kirsty York eschewed industry norms to open her tattoo studio—now she’s dominating with her unique style
Kirsty York had only three years of tattooing behind her before opening Blackbird Ink. Now she runs an all-female shop offering unique styles.
“Even with his friends he took care of people,” Tidjani said. The Denver Senegalese community continues to mourn the Diol family.
Sandra Lin provides a safe and welcoming place for the disabled and LGBTQ+ communities to get tattooed at her Lakewood shop Disruptive Ink.
As Macklemore rapped in "Trump's Over Freestyle," white Liberals must leave the comfort of privilege and note their role in white supremacy.
Herod hosts CdeBaca for livestream, the pair break their silence on threats faced as women of color in office
Rep. Herod hosted a livestream with City Councilor CdeBaca. They spoke about the insurrection and threats they've faced as elected officials.
Black and grey tattoo artist Jordan Jasinski is branching out from the art form into the world of fitness to become an online health coach.
The GrowHaus nonprofit has been working tirelessly during the pandemic to deliver fresh food to one of Denver's biggest food deserts.
Porshai and Ashira Campbell used their passion for racial justice to advocate for change together on the streets of Denver last summer.
Research shows that women are better equipped to lead social justice movements. Three Colorado organizers tell us why they think it's true.
The women behind Lady Justice Brewing Company are paving the way for future women in the industry and giving back to their community.
Menstruation equity advocate groups like Period Kits provide period supplies directly to Denver area girls and aim to end stigma.
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