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Colorado doctors, feeling alone and anxious, look to strangers for support in the fight against COVID-19
As we pause to reflect on the life and legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., we are reminded of a question he often posed in his speeches: “What are you doing for others?”
Dr. Sneha Shah has dedicated her life to others, a commitment especially exhibited this past year.
Shah, an immigrant from India, says she always found comfort in math and science. But only when she moved to the United States as a teenager with her family and later attended Marquette University in Wisconsin did her love for healthcare emerge.
“Becoming a physician felt really right. My focus can be on my patients, and I can channel my energy into helping those that need it,” Shah said.
Denver mural artist Chelsea Lewinski has returned to painting after breaking her wrist during the Crush Walls festival last summer.
October 2020 marked a milestone for Out Front Magazine, which covers Denver's LGBTQ+ community. For the first time, the outlet is female-owned.
The Mexican Modernism exhibit at the Denver Art Museum pays homage to Khalo, Rivera and the Chicanx muralists the art movement inspired.
Artist Nadiya Jackson's work examines how the Black community navigates sexuality, intimacy and gender roles. Her latest show focused on the femininity of Black men.
Denver's first sanctioned camping area will be managed by Cuica Montoya, who has first-hand experience with what it's like to be houseless.
The activist group Black Hammer hosted a candlelight vigil on Christmas Eve at the State Capitol for those lost to COVID-19.
Colorado ranks among the lowest states for mental health, which has been further exacerbated by the pandemic and holiday season.
Cleo Parker Robinson has been dancing for nearly 70 years. Her dance has told stories from the history of Angela Davis to the 2020 protests.