Posted inSunLit, SunLit Interviews

SunLit Interview: Erika Krouse couldn’t ignore her own sex assault in a broader investigative story

Erika Krouse is the author of “Come Up and See Me Sometime,” a New York Times Notable Book, and “Contenders,” a finalist for the VCU Cabell First Novelist Award. She teaches creative writing at the Lighthouse Writers Workshop and lives in Colorado. Her debut memoir, “Tell Me Everything,” has been optioned for TV adaptation by […]

Posted inOpinion, Opinion Columns

Opinion: Schools should prioritize teaching youth about sexual consent

Denver area teens are back in the classroom. Administrators at Denver metro schools are working hard to keep our youth safe from the Delta variant of COVID, but they are harming them in another way: by failing to give them consistent consent and sexual assault prevention education. Educators, parents, and community leaders must prioritize teaching […]

Posted inOpinion, Opinion Columns

Wilson: The tide turns for Tay Anderson, but will the left learn not to be too quick to judgment?

Tay Anderson looked clean, fresh and polished sitting next to Jeff Fard on the Free Think Zone podcast. It was almost as if he hadn’t just been weathering the storm of his young life.  Ever since anonymous allegations of assault, the Denver Public Schools board member has been persona non-grata in the community. These very […]

Posted inCrime and Courts, News

Bill Cosby accuser who lives in Colorado now wants spotlight on proposed changes to sexual assault laws

Despite a court ruling that freed Bill Cosby years after his sexual-assault conviction, a Douglas County resident says progress is being made to help victims come forward and find justice in cases of rape and sexual assault. But she says that more needs to be done. Heidi Thomas, who testified in court that Cosby sexually […]