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Suggestions from the staff at Out West Books for your next great read

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What the staff at Out West Books thinks you should be reading right now

Some ideas for your next great read

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Sunlit Excerpt: “Saving Yellowstone” views an iconic landscape through lens of Reconstruction, national expansion

Author Megan Kate Nelson traces the American fascination with the Yellowstone region and its impact on an evolving nation

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Opinion: Shift Colorado’s transportation priorities away from asphalt and toward mass transit

We’ve added lanes forever, and what’s the result? More driving, more pollution

Opinion Columns

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.

Equity

A new Colorado law granting Native Americans in-state college tuition is already attracting students

The goal of Senate Bill 29 is to increase the number of Native American students who attend – and are successful – in college

Education

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.

Coloradans

Flown into the heart of the Amazon rain forest, a party of travelers has second thoughts

Laura Resau's layered work of juvenile literature combines mysticism, hard truths about the destruction of the rain forest and its Indigenous people -- and chocolate

Book Excerpts

A Colorado author’s “dream trip” to the Amazon rain forest inspired “Tree of Dreams”

For Laura Resau, seeing the landscape and learning about the culture of indigenous people led to plans for artistic collaboration -- including one that soon will come to fruition

SunLit Interviews

Opinion: William Perry Pendley is unfit to manage my Indigenous homelands

Opinion Columns