Nicolais: Juneteenth should kick off a fortnight of freedom
Falling just over two weeks before the Fourth of July, Juneteenth is a reminder that freedom is something we must continually work toward
Opinion: Civil War statue and Sand Creek Massacre memorial: Make room for both at the Colorado Capitol
Toppled Civil War statue at Colorado Capitol to be replaced by sculpture of Native American woman
The Capitol Building Advisory Committee voted 7-2 Friday in favor of the new sculpture
History Colorado unveils the toppled Union soldier statue with an exhibit that seeks to tell its story. Its whole story.
The still-scarred piece may be the first attempt in the U.S. to examine controversial monuments by displaying them in the context of divergent interpretations.
When the Union soldier fell at the Colorado Capitol, it may have started a chain reaction
The damaged statue now appears headed for a stay at History Colorado. Will a memorial to the Sand Creek massacre rise in its place?
Why now? The roots (and possible future) of Colorado’s reckoning with racism past and present
Everything, it seems, is on the table as Colorado, in the throes of a pandemic, confronts racist history people of color battled for generations
Denver “proactively” removes Kit Carson statue from downtown monument ahead of protests
American Indian Movement leaders say Kit Carson “was as bad and as evil as any Confederate general”
Statue honoring Christopher Columbus rolled off its pedestal in Denver’s Civic Center
Toppling of art work placed in 1970 to honor Colorado for being first state to observe Columbus Day as a holiday came as similar memorials have come down or been defaced in other states.
Training white people in Colorado to be “anti-racist” (not just “not racist”) is one step in the fight to correct historic wrongs
Audiences in church basements and conference rooms around Colorado are being taught to see — and confront — racism in the systems around them, not just in individual acts.