Denver’s Juneteenth Returning Bigger Than Ever

Denver’s Juneteenth Returning Bigger Than Ever

Denver’s Juneteenth Returning Bigger Than Ever

Denver’s Juneteenth Returning Bigger Than Ever By Theresa Ho On June 19, 1865, two and a half years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, Major General Gordon Granger’s regiment of Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas with the news that General Lee had surrendered and the war was over....

Introducing Denver Juneteenth DJ Al Your Pal

Introducing Denver Juneteenth DJ Al Your Pal

Introducing Denver Juneteenth DJ Al Your Pal

Introducing Denver Juneteenth DJ Al Your Pal By Zilingo Nwuke Al “Your Pal” Taylor has been in the entertainment business for more than 45 years, entertaining folks locally, nationally and internationally. His passion as a DJ started as a hobby in high school and turned into a career after college....

Healthcare System Faces Mistrust and Equity Issues in Effort to Vaccinate Communities of Color

Healthcare System Faces Mistrust and Equity Issues in Effort to Vaccinate Communities of Color

Healthcare System Faces Mistrust and Equity Issues in Effort to Vaccinate Communities of Color

Healthcare System Faces Mistrust and Equity Issues in Effort to Vaccinate Communities of Color By Theresa Ho According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the pandemic has particularly impacted communities of color. Latinx communities are two times more likely to contract COVID-19 and three times...

Vaccine Supply Higher than Demand due to Vaccination Hesitancy

Vaccine Supply Higher than Demand due to Vaccination Hesitancy

Vaccine Supply Higher than Demand due to Vaccination Hesitancy

Vaccine Supply Higher than Demand due to Vaccination Hesitancy U.S. Vaccination Goal for Ending Pandemic is at Risk By Thomas Holt Russell After a steady climb in vaccinations earlier this year, the nation has experienced a slowdown in the rate of daily shots since the middle of April. Demand no...