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Opinion: Underserved Coloradans are getting the COVID runaround

The system is so riddled with problems that it cannot adequately help the communities it vows to serve

Opinion Columns

Racial segregation is getting worse in big U.S. cities — except for Colorado Springs

Among the 113 largest cities examined by researchers for a decade only two qualified as "integrated." One of them was Colorado Springs. Denver ranked as "highly segregated"

Housing

Opinion: Access and information, not hesitancy, are the biggest challenges in getting more Coloradans vaccinated

The hesitancy we need to confront is not in the hearts and minds of Coloradans of color — it is in the institutions that exist to serve them.

Opinion Columns

Opinion: More older Colorado Hispanics lack health insurance. Here’s how we can help change that for all Coloradans.

While the Affordable Care Act has reduced the number of Colorado Latinos ages 50 to 64 who lack health insurance, many remain unable to afford an individual policy.

Opinion Columns

Councilwoman Ortega, Sen. Moreno: “Building back better” means an opportunity for environmental justice for all communities

We can grow our economy while ensuring we leave future generations a healthier planet and future.

Opinion Columns

Contact tracing in Colorado immigrant communities is most effective with voices from within

Long-standing health care disparities, job insecurity, immigration status, language barriers and a profound distrust of government all complicate the already tricky task

Opinion: Mayor Hancock’s interference harms Denver Public Schools superintendent search

Opinion Columns

Opinion: The coronavirus underscores the urgency of addressing social justice

Opinion Columns

Carman: Latino voters could tip the scales in the 2020 elections … if they show up at the polls

Opinion Columns

Colorado Springs is emblematic of the gender gap opening among Hispanics who could be key in 2020

Overall, Latinos are far more likely to be Democrats than Republicans, but Hispanic men are more likely than Hispanic women to vote Republican

Politics and Government

Despite anti-immigrant rhetoric, Latino GOP voters have held steady under Trump

32 percent of Latino voters supported Republicans in the 2018 midterms, according to AP VoteCast data, defying predictions from pundits

Politics and Government