It was June 30 and Robert Davis was puzzled. The young freelance reporter for The Denver VOICE was covering a virtual event marking the opening of a new homeless shelter, and Denver’s
When Silvia Solis moved to Longmont four years ago, she and her husband were expecting their first child. “My family was so far away,” she recalls. She felt isolated. Lonely.
Dear reader, Journalists receive lots of letters. Our inboxes and mailboxes are often full of news tips, requests for coverage and input from readers about what we write, what we
Journalists and journalism institutions are rethinking how they center the needs and desires of communities of color. But there is still a long history of disinvestment and harm that newsrooms must address
Dear reader, When she was a child growing up in a 1940s’ Greeley that still posted “No dogs or Mexicans” signs, Polly Baca remembers that the local paper had a habit