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2020 Census-takers address the growing concern of uncounted kids An estimated...

In theory, the Constitution requires every man, woman and child to be counted every 10 years. In practice, the 2010 Census saw about a...

Her case helped change Colorado immigration law. But she could still...

Claudia Valdez, a domestic violence survivor and undocumented single mother of three, helped bring about enormous changes to state immigration law. Valdez, 40, was arrested...

Ask The Indy: What we know about the GEO Group and...

It's been a hot summer for GEO Group, the Florida-based company that owns and operates the Aurora ICE Processing Center.  Hundreds of people protested outside...

Denver “optimistic” halfway house residents won’t be returned to jail, prison...

Denver officials say they are hopeful they can reach a near-term agreement to keep six privately run halfway houses open into 2020.  As for what...

GEO-run Aurora ICE Detention Center is isolating immigrants – some mentally...

The former ICE detainee agreed to talk under one condition: That he be called “Elvis.” The Salvadoran with a pompadour and an “I’d rather be...

In stunner, conflicted Denver City Council kills contracts with private prison...

Taking an extraordinary stand against the nation’s two largest private prison companies, GEO Group and CoreCivic, Denver City Council voted late Monday not to...

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...

ICE: 34 immigrants arrested this month in Colorado, Wyoming will be...

Earlier this summer, President Donald Trump threatened “millions” of undocumented immigrants would be arrested in a crackdown in cities across the nation, including Denver.  In...

Colorado PERA members helping support private prisons, immigration detention centers There...

The roughly 600,000 Coloradans who pay into the state retirement fund for public employees are, in a small way, helping to support the private...

For Colorado immigrants, an extraordinary moment of dread and empowerment “This...

The good news for Coloradans fearing deportation is that, after the federal government promised Denver would be targeted as part of nationwide raids and...