January 9, 2019

Former Colorado chief justice joins nationwide effort to ban ICE arrests in courthouses

Despite the presence of several nonprofits — such as Together Colorado — working to change the attitude toward immigrants, it will be most effective if implemented at a federal level. Hopefully, more…

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November 11, 2018

As DACA hangs in the balance, meet the Colorado Dreamers who are gripped by hope and fear

As Laura Peniche described the harrowing journey through the desert she and her family crossed in 1997 — leaving Mexico to enter the United States when she was 13 —…

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November 9, 2018

Denver’s district attorney defends her decision to not file charges in a fatal officer-involved shooting

Some community members felt that using the chances of winning a case to decide whether to pursue criminal charges was unsatisfactory reasoning. “The decision being based on whether or not…

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November 7, 2018

Faith in Action Federations Win Big, Ensure Passage of Key Ballot Measures in Five States

For Immediate Release: Nov. 6, 2018 Contact: Jennifer Farmer, jfarmer@faithinaction.org, 202-306-0136 By Partnering with Lyft, Hosting Souls to the Polls, Organizing Door-to-Door Canvasses, Hosting Voter Sabbaths and Phone-Banking, Faith in Action…

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November 6, 2018

Burned Pamphlets Left On Abolish Slavery Colorado Co-Chair’s Doorstep

Together Colorado, a backer of the amendment, posted the following statement on its website Tuesday: As a faith-driven organization, we are called to reconciliation and healing, and it is thus particularly…

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November 6, 2018

Colorado Amendment A, Prohibiting Slavery And Involuntary Servitude, Has Passed

An identical measure, Amendment T, failed by a narrow margin in 2016 possibly due to unclear wording on the ballot. This time around, supporters have tried to make ballot language clear that a “yes”…

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November 5, 2018

“This is a cross burning in 2018”: Denver anti-slavery advocate finds burned election materials on his porch

Jumoke Emery-Brown ran home this afternoon after his wife, Amy, found a pile of burned election flyers on their front porch and called him in a panic, he told Denverite.…

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