Ernest LuningErnest LuningFebruary 16, 201813min2723

Saira Rao says she decided to stop practicing law at a New York firm and start a publishing company devoted to children’s fiction featuring diverse characters when she was watching cartoons with her daughter Lila one day about six years ago. “I saw the utter lack of diversity, and that’s when I switched gears to do something about it. I’m very familiar with institutional naysayers. When you’re a woman of color, that’s every day,” she says.


Ernest LuningErnest LuningNovember 20, 201724min2139

Michael Hancock is a mayor on a mission. It’s the Friday before the election, and Hancock is promoting a once-in-a-decade, $937 million bond package filled with hundreds of projects to maintain and improve Denver’s transportation, public safety and cultural infrastructure. After a stop at a Spanish-language radio station to pitch the ballot questions, he tours a 100-year-old library that’s due for some repairs if the bond measures pass, and then he ambles up Santa Fe Drive for the monthly Art Walk.


Joey BunchJoey BunchAugust 28, 20174min405
The Colorado Department of Corrections wasn’t saying much Sunday about the death of Benjamin Davis, founder of the white supremacist gang authorities believe ordered death of prisons chief Tom Clements in 2013. Davis’ death is being investigated as a suicide, but no other details were released to the Colorado Springs Gazette, including which prison Davis […]

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