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A Black separatist group’s utopian dream for land near Telluride withered after an armed standoff

When Black Hammer came to Beaver Pines, a sparsely populated neighborhood on the high desert about 25 miles west of Telluride, they came for the soil. They were about two dozen leftist revolutionaries, almost all people of color. In Denver and other U.S. cities, the group’s chapters had spent the pandemic handing out food and […]

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Students at Denver high school targeted by racist, antisemitic graffiti try to rally forward

Many George Washington High School students showed up for classes in pajamas Tuesday morning, not because they rushed to make the first bell but to reflect their school pride as part of homecoming week. But pajama day and the school spirit behind it was cut short as students and teachers turned their focus to healing […]

Posted inOpinion, Opinion Columns

Opinion: As lawyers, we believe it’s time to face the legal profession’s role in the horrors of the Holocaust

The story of the Holocaust has for decades been told by those who survived the crimes of the German Nazi State.  However, as the sands of time take these brave and courageous souls from us, the responsibility for telling the story – and keeping the flame alive for those who died at the hands of […]