After years of having to relocate, the Chicano Humanities and Arts Council was gifted a building in the Art District on Santa Fe, providing it a new location in a rapidly changing arts district
That’s a politically potent combination, but it requires broadening access to people who don’t fit the traditional molds.
If wealthier households are first to exit the gas system, the remaining customers will be stuck with higher prices.
Candidates are advertising on Spanish-language TV and radio and in Spanish-language print publications. Political parties and outside groups are registering Latino voters and knocking on their doors. And national organizations are polling Latino voters in Colorado on the issues that matter most to them.
American First Legal, which is led by Trump aide Stephen Miller, is sending mailers and airing Spanish-language radio ads in Colorado
A diverse group of entrepreneurs talk about the difficulties of being a startup trying to attract attention and funding.
Colorado is facing an unprecedented water crisis. In the midst of the worst megadrought in 1,200 years, hotter and drier conditions have fueled increasingly frequent and devastating wildfires. Water flows and reservoir levels in the Colorado River Basin have dropped so precipitously that the river’s ability to provide reliable water supplies, and support the electrical […]
It started on a Tuesday in mid-November. My 3-year-old daughter’s fever led to a COVID-19 diagnosis at the doctor’s office on Wednesday — the same day my husband and I tested positive, despite being fully vaccinated. Under CDC guidelines in place at the time, we were required to quarantine for 10 days. The quarantine began […]
Since 1990, the United States has become more racially diverse—yet during that same period, racial residential segregation has climbed, according to a yearslong analysis by researchers at the University of California’s Othering & Belonging Institute in Berkeley. In Colorado, two cities fall on opposite ends of the spectrum: Denver is “highly segregated” while Colorado Springs […]
As vaccination rates decline across the country, a story has taken hold that “hesitancy” or “resistance” are the barriers we must clear to stop the pandemic. We surveyed thousands of Coloradans recently and heard a different story: Our neighbors want this life-saving vaccine — they either don’t know how to get to it or face […]