As Macklemore rapped in “Trump’s Over Freestyle,” white Liberals must leave the comfort of privilege and note their role in white supremacy.
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Chelsea Lewinski returns to the art scene professing her One Love
Denver mural artist Chelsea Lewinski has returned to painting after breaking her wrist during the Crush Walls festival last summer.
From Rivera to Kahlo to the streets of Denver
The Mexican Modernism exhibit at the Denver Art Museum pays homage to Khalo, Rivera and the Chicanx muralists the art movement inspired.
Polis provides update on confirmed Colorado COVID-19 variant case
Gov. Jared Polis provided an update on the confirmed case of the COVID-19 variant in Elbert County, the first reported in the US.
Denver women are opening the gates to inclusive financial freedom
Financial planning can be scary for some, but these advisors are on a mission to educate women and BIPOC on money management and investing.
Opinion: Dear white Coloradans, it’s not time to celebrate yet
White Coloradans may want to pay themselves on the back for some of the 2020 election victories. But it’s too soon to celebrate.
Trump and Biden brawl in chaotic first debate
In a night filled with cross-talking, deceptive statements and flying insults, it’s still unclear who won the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden.
The Significance of Amache for Colorado and the NPS
The National Parks Service has extended the online comment period of a study to determine if Amache will become a National Historic Site.
Patricia Sargent’s ‘Power Women’ names history’s anonymous with Enheduanna of Sumer
Patricia Sargent’s newest book titled “Power Women: Lessons from the Ancient World” highlights female powerhouses including Enheduanna of Sumer.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg leaves a solid legacy but a shaky Supreme Court
On Sept. 18 Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg died at the age of 87 from complications due to metastatic pancreas cancer. Her lauded career was marked by historic cases, many in the name of gender equality.