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Guest Post: Our moral imperative to stand up to GEO Group...

Given the U.S government’s increasing criminal disregard for the human rights of immigrants, we the members of Sanctuary for All Colorado applaud the congressional...

Guest Post: Who among us is proud to fly an American...

On Friday July 12th, a diverse group of leftist organizations and activists known as the Coalition to Close the Concentration Camps (CCCC) marched in...

Ask the Indy: How can I help refugees and immigrants living...

Indy reader Carol Kreck, a retired reporter from the Denver Post and a longtime Denver resident, posed a question to Ask the Indy: How...

The growing movement to force change at Aurora’s troubled ICE detention...

In recent months, a steady beat of complaints and official reports have painted a picture of dehumanizing, and, at times, dangerous conditions within the...

Guest Post: A DACA librarian is not a threat to America

I’ve always loved libraries. When my parents first brought me to Denver from southern Mexico when I was nine years old, the city’s libraries...

Capitol review: 4 key immigrant bills passed, but a big one...

Editor's note: The Indy is publishing a series of short stories reviewing the 2019 legislative session in Colorado. Here, we focus on immigration. We...

A bill to protect Colorado’s immigrants imploded. Will a second try...

What would have been Colorado’s most significant immigrant rights bill in years flamed out in dramatic fashion earlier this month, causing a rift in...

‘From rage to heartbreak’: How a landmark immigration bill fell apart...

A landmark immigrant rights bill that sought to limit federal immigration enforcement in Colorado imploded before it was ever introduced, leaving advocates, lobbyists and...

Watch: Boehner stumps for Coffman in Denver amid protest (again)

“We want to make sure [Boehner] hears from us every time he’s in town,” said Grace López Ramírez, an SEIU spokesperson.

Colorado immigrants collateral damage in Catholic culture war

Nicole Mosher, executive director of Durango-based nonprofit immigrant-aid organization Compañeros, is weighing how to keep her organization running effectively in light of the surprising news that the anti-poverty Catholic organization that supplies half of Companeros’ annual budget would likely end that support due to Compañeros’ indirect association with gay-rights group One Colorado.