Editorial: There is racism in the Valley, and it’s the responsibility of every resident to eradicate it.
Local student activists presented facts about voter suppression, the history and modern incarnation of Jim Crow Laws, and the importance of the Black vote.
Youth activist and Palisade High School alumna talks about voter suppression efforts.
Young activists in Grand Junction speak at a voting rights teach-in on Saturday, June 13.
Soraya Morales Nuñez wrote a letter to her old school district with proposals to educate students about racism and promote inclusion and diversity.
Grand Junction nonprofits form coalition to address social and economic inequities, racial injustice, and other local challenges.
Local activists host a teach-in on racism in Grand Junction, Colorado.
For those struggling with hunger in the Grand Valley, help comes every Tuesday.
GRAND JUNCTION, CO – It would be a grievous mistake to underestimate Shannon Robinson. Her diminutive frame belies the will of steel, borne out of years of activism, behind a calm demeanor. […]
GRAND JUNCTION, CO – Bad weather postponed the event, which had been scheduled to happen on Saturday afternoon, but Sunday dawned bright, sunny, if whipped by wind, drawing hundreds, perhaps over a […]