Civil Rights:

Ugandan LGBT activist asks Colorado students for solidarity

Clare Byarugaba traveled from Uganda this month to plea with Colorado’s student activists to support her country’s LGBT community, which has been under government attack. […]...

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April 29, 2016 Civil Rights, Just In, The Mix

Immigrant driver’s license overhaul passes House

Colorado’s driver’s license program for undocumented immigrants is one step closer to a much-needed overhaul. The House passed a proposal Monday to double the number of DMVs offering licenses to undocumented […]...

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April 25, 2016 Civil Rights, Immigration, Just In, The Mix

Moses-EL case set for new trial with key evidence missing

The Denver District Attorney’s office is moving forward re-prosecuting Clarence Moses-EL for an attack to which another man has confessed. Mitch Morrissey’s chief deputy convinced […]...

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April 14, 2016 Civil Rights, Criminal Justice, Just In, The Mix

Aurora’s heavily white police force is firing at blacks

Aurora police are shooting black people at a rate that’s more than three times higher than that city’s black population. A statewide review of police […]...

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April 13, 2016 Civil Rights, Criminal Justice, Just In, The Mix

Opinion: Bill Clinton proves racism is not a partisan affair

Bill Clinton’s recent outburst at Black Lives Matter protesters reminds us that America’s history of racism—in the form of policy and official political discourse—is not […]...

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April 8, 2016 Civil Rights, Just In, The Blogs, The Mix

Littwin: Bennet must be grinning after the GOP Senate debate

If you watched the Republican Senate debate the other night, you can probably guess what I’m about to say. It wasn’t that anyone, even Peg […]...

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April 8, 2016 Civil Rights, Just In, Littwin, Littwin Columns, The Blogs, The Mix, Uncategorized

Bill would fine companies dodging healthcare costs

House Democrats Tuesday took another stand against big corporations that try to foist employee health care costs onto taxpayers. But the bill’s proponents and Gov. […]...

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April 7, 2016 Civil Rights, Health, Just In, The Mix

Denver ousts slain inmate’s niece from public meeting

  Natalia Marshall used to take pride in Denver. She and her family long supported Michael Hancock, the city’s second black mayor. She’d even defend […]...

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April 4, 2016 Civil Rights, Just In, The Mix

The growing influence of Hispanic voters in the West

This story first appeared on High Country News.  In the midst of the raucous and polarized presidential election, a quieter story has been at play […]...

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March 29, 2016 Civil Rights, Just In, Politics, The Beats, The Mix

Denver police commander sued for nabbing watchdog’s phone

A citizen journalist from Fort Collins is suing a Denver Police commander for seizing a phone she was using to record video of officers arresting […]...

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March 28, 2016 Civil Rights, Just In, The Mix, Uncategorized


Truth, Lies and Videotape: Political TV ads in an election year

Feeling bombarded with all of the political ads on TV this time of year? Ready to tune out of campaign season? Don’t get overwhelmed – […]

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Darryl Glenn seeks Blaha, Frazier support after ballot blooper

And then there were two. Maybe three. We’ll see.  But the campaigns of two more candidates in the big U.S. Senate race in Colorado were dealt potential […]

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