Jenifer Lewis: The Mother of Black Hollywood

Jenifer Lewis: The Mother of Black Hollywood

Jenifer Lewis: The Mother of Black Hollywood

Jenifer Lewis is a legendary actress, comedian, singer, author, and activist, whose extraordinary contributions to theater, film, and television have warmed the hearts of audiences for nearly four decades. With exceptional talent, intensity, and one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood, Lewis’s career has been nothing short of remarkable....

DUS Colorful Stories: See Me, Hear Me

DUS Colorful Stories: See Me, Hear Me

DUS Colorful Stories: See Me, Hear Me

Rhonda Jackson Rhonda Jackson is a beautiful woman with a warm demeanor and a heart of gold, but there is a painful secret hiding behind her radiant smile. After years of working as a corporate professional and exploring her passion for theatre as an actress, Jackson experienced a life-changing health...

Local Politics In The Time of Trump

Local Politics In The Time of Trump

Local Politics In The Time of Trump

 An Important Meeting... On a recent Thursday night at the Colorado Democratic Offices in Denver, community organization leaders, activist and elected officials gathered together in the conference room – one of the main topics centered on “Getting Out the Black Vote”. The meeting featured a who’s who of Colorado democrats;...

CoAGG Presents Panel Conference On Slavery, Genocide And Reparations

CoAGG Presents Panel Conference On Slavery, Genocide And Reparations

CoAGG Presents Panel Conference On Slavery, Genocide And Reparations

“Why don’t scholars of Genocide and Slavery talk to one another? A conversation on genocide and slavery could yield important truths about ‘man’s inhumanity to man,’ both in the past, and in ways that might prevent this in the future,” mused Program Committee Co-Chair Prof. Arthur Gilbert, during a recent...