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Tay Anderson is bold, brash and unapologetic about seeking change in Denver 11.7.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
Over the prior month, Tay Anderson hit the pavement hard, walking miles through downtown Denver, bullhorn glued to his hand, helping spearhead massive marches against police brutality. He rallied for a new neighborhood name in Stapleton and helped push Denver Public Schools to end its contract with the city's police department.
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Why Sonny Lubick’s player-first CSU coaching style proved ahead of its time 5.7.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
As Sonny Lubick reached the pinnacle of football success at Colorado State, calls from major college programs like Miami and Southern California began rolling in.
Boise State cutting baseball, women’s swimming and diving 2.7.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Boise State is discontinuing its baseball program just months after the school was forced to cut short its first season in 40 years with only a handful of games played.
The only catfish native to the Western U.S. is running out of water 1.7.2020 Current Issue
The Yaqui catfish was going extinct. Then came the border wall.
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AP Analysis: What Trump leaves unspoken carries consequences 1.7.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
President Donald Trump seems to rarely leave a thought unspoken. Of late, though, it is increasingly clear there are things Trump won’t say -- and they are tied to the most important issues of his presidency: coronavirus, racism and Russia.
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CSU basketball’s Niko Medved encouraged by student athlete social activism: “These guys are learning that they have a voice” 26.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Niko Medved has held countless video meetings with his Colorado State men’s basketball players since the end of last season. But their most important conversations were often not about hoops at all.
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“Is this who we are?”: Denver South to reconsider Rebels nickname 26.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Now, in the midst of protests nationwide regarding monuments and names deemed offensive, the nickname may soon be no longer. The school has initiated a process of considering alternative nicknames, said South principal Bobby Thomas.
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The West has a role in reimagining the U.S. 23.6.2020 Current Issue
Our notion of ‘American exceptionalism’ has collapsed. What will replace it?
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Fractured skulls, lost eyes: Police often break own rules using “rubber bullets” 23.6.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
In a joint investigation into law enforcement actions at protests across the country after George Floyd’s death in police custody, Kaiser Health News and USA TODAY found that some officers appear to have violated their department’s own rules when they fired “less lethal” projectiles at protesters who were for the most part peacefully assembled.
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Kafer: Breaking the cycle of prejudice 20.6.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Can we create a space for redemption?  Am I naïve to think that more positive face-to-face interactions will help break that pernicious cycle?
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DPS board votes to phase police out of schools 12.6.2020 Denver Post: Local
Police officers will be phased out of working in Denver’s public schools over the next year, with all school resource officers gone from middle and high schools by June 2021.
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Black students in Denver are much more likely to be ticketed or arrested at school 11.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
As Denver school board members make their case for removing police from schools, elected officials and advocates are pointing to strong data that shows Denver’s Black students are disproportionately funneled into the criminal justice system through tickets and arrests at school.
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The border wall threatens decades of binational wildlife conservation 8.6.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Binational groups are preserving migratory corridors and restoring degraded areas in the Borderlands. Will the landscape be severed?
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“Pandemic within a pandemic”: Coronavirus and police brutality roil black communities 8.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
As protests over police brutality continue to roil cities, this is an extraordinary moment of pain for the nation, especially for black Americans who are bearing the brunt of three crises -- police violence, crushing unemployment and the deadliest infectious disease threat in a century — that have laid bare long-standing injustice.
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Lights on! Gilpin County gets OK to start phased-in reopening of casinos 8.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Casinos in Gilpin County will start a phased-in reopening June 17 after getting the go-ahead from state health officials.
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Students, demonstrators march down Colfax on 11th day of George Floyd protests 8.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
A massive crowd of peaceful demonstrators led by Denver Public Schools students marched down Colfax Avenue on Sunday morning in the 11th day of activism following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
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Underestimated but undeterred: Colorado State legend Becky Hammon is on a path like no other 7.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
The resistance, in the form of obstacles shirked and ceilings shattered, is what makes Becky Hammon’s story special. To get to where she’s at now, as the first full-time female assistant coach in NBA history, Hammon had to carve her own path.
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Photos: CU Boulder Athletes and Students Black Lives Matter March and Protest in Boulder 6.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
University of Colorado athletes, students and community members march down the street holding signs during a “Black Lives Matter” protest and march on Friday, June 5, 2020 in Boulder. The march was in response to the recent killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota by a white police officer.
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Districts across the country jettison school police officers amid protests 5.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
An increasing number of cities are rethinking the presence of school resource officers as they respond to the concerns of thousands of demonstrators — many of them young — who have filled the streets night after night to protest the death of George Floyd.
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PHOTOS: First memorial service held for George Floyd as rallies continue across the nation 5.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
The first memorial service for George Floyd was held Thursday, June 4, 2020, in Minneapolis. Floyd's death has sparked protests and demonstrations around the nation that were ongoing more than a week after his killing.
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