Michael B. Hancock Sworn in for Third Term as Denver Mayor

Michael B. Hancock Sworn in for Third Term as Denver Mayor

Michael B. Hancock Sworn in for Third Term as Denver Mayor

On July 15, 2019, Michael B. Hancock was sworn in for his third term as Mayor of Denver on the steps of the City and County Building, along with new and returning members of City Council, Auditor Tim O’Brien, Clerk and Recorder Paul Lopez and an audience of neighbors and...

Addressing the Unintended Consequences of Social Media

Addressing the Unintended Consequences of Social Media

Addressing the Unintended Consequences of Social Media

Join Us at Our Upcoming: Educator’s Forum on Social Media’s Impact on our Students In the early 2000s, social media platforms represented new and emerging technological advances that promised to provide news, information and entertainment at the touch of a button. Digital access was touted as the way of the...

Sudanese Community Rallies Outside State Capitol

Sudanese Community Rallies Outside State Capitol

Sudanese Community Rallies Outside State Capitol

The Struggle for Justice in their Homeland Continues   Several hundred local Sudanese rallied on Sunday, June 30 at the Colorado State Capitol Building; organized by the Colorado chapter of the Sudanese-American Public Affairs Association (SAPAA), a national organization headquartered in Denver. Although SAPAA's general mission is to promote and...

Volleyball Our Other Sport

Volleyball Our Other Sport

Volleyball Our Other Sport

The game of volleyball has grown in popularity amongst Colorado’s Black female student athletes, and with increasing participation rates; many of Denver’s high school students are exploring the sport as a transfer or primary activity.  Volleyball has been included in northeast Denver’s recreational programming for quite some time. For many...