Update below: Will federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement have a presence at this weekend's 115th annual Strawberry Days Festival in Glenwood Springs? That's what youth-led immigrant rights group AJUA wants to know. AJUA sent a letter to ICE, explaining that the agency's presence at last year's ... More >>
Lay Catholics and several big organizations, including the Denver-based Gill Foundation, have saved the budget of an immigrant advocacy group in Durango whose funding was yanked by the Catholic Campaign for Human Development. The Catholics stripped the immigrant group, called Companeros, of $30,000 ... More >>
In a way, Joanne Kron's political problem-solving began in high school. It was there, at the Denver Center For International Studies, that the future executive director of ProgressNow Colorado got her subtle start in activism and advocacy through the combination of Model United Nations and something ... More >>
Bobby Clark has a new mission.For years now, Bobby Clark has been a warrior for the political left via his position as executive director of ProgressNow Colorado, and he's still on the job. Earlier this week, he shared a list of winners and losers of the 2010 legislative session. If you're h ... More >>
Rodger McFarlane. It's not often that a Denverite who most locals wouldn't recognize is the subject of a feature obituary in the New York Times. But that was the case for Rodger McFarlane, 54, who died last Friday in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. McFarlane, who committed suicide (he suffered ... More >>
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