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Cuatro Vientos: First new park in 30 years

Cuatro Vientos: First new park in 30 years
Denver City Councilman Paul D. López joined by the city’s Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Denver’s Park and Recreation along with over 500 residents and 20 volunteers from the Westwood neighborhood, celebrated the official opening of Cuatro Vientos/Four Winds Park on September 6th. Located along West Alameda just a few blocks west of Morrison Road, the park is the first new park to be built in Denver’s Council District 3 in more than 30 years. The celebration kicked-off with a spiritual ...

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Dear young people: We need you to lead 

Dear young people: We need you to lead
camara There was a moment a few years ago where the climate movement seemed to be re-invented every two years or so – re-invented in bolder, more audacious ways. I got involved in 2009 (late in the game by many measures) – as the social media coordinator for 350.org, in the lead up to the Copenhagen ...
Nowhere to hide from the cold

Nowhere to hide from the cold
camara “Tata Dios. Tata Dios (Father God. Father God)” -- Felipe came to Nogales from northeast Guatemala. He doesn’t speak English. He barely scratches the surface of Spanish. Felipe is a Guatemalan boy who only speaks Mam. In the beginning of July, a few days before the United States celebrated ...
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‘Environmental community has to do more’
camara A new report finds that although people of color now account for more than a third of the U.S. population, they have not broken the 16 percent “green ceiling” in mainstream environmental organizations. These dismal numbers exist despite the fact that people of color support environmental ...
‘Voters will be more vulnerable this November’

‘Voters will be more vulnerable this November’
camara Just over a year after the Supreme Court ruled that the nation has made so much progress on voting rights that key legal protections are no longer needed, the National Commission on the Voting Rights (NCVR), a coalition of civil rights groups released a report documenting hundreds of voter ...
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