A Native-inclusive safe campsite has opened in Denver. But some lament loss of community.
Indigenous people account for an outsized percentage of homeless people in Denver. Sweeping their camps repeats the historical harms of forced displacement, advocates say.
For Indigenous rights activists in Colorado, coronavirus brought momentum and pushback
Like its viral predecessors, the novel coronavirus has torn through Indigenous communities with particular vehemence. For many of them, this year has brought new urgency to old protests.
In a Colorado long-term care facility during coronavirus, and desperate to get out
There are significant barriers that keep people in nursing homes that they would rather not live in. Affordable housing is a huge one.
Anticipating a bust, the Colorado coal town of Craig gets an unexpected boost
Northwest Colorado is grieving the looming loss of a major industry and the pandemic has hurt. But the broader economy is beginning to perk up. "We are not victims," Craig chamber boss says.
Black-owned businesses weighed down by coronavirus struggle to stay afloat
Businesses in underserved neighborhoods of Colorado say federal pandemic-relief programs didn't come through for them, so they are leaning on private foundations or going it alone.