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CBHC Presents “Laughter is Good for Your Health” Colorado Black Health Collaborative (CBHC) will host their second annual Black and White Gala promoting health equity in the African American community on Oct. 13 by hosting “Laughter is Good for Your Health,” at the Marriot Hotel –Denver Tech Center. Actor and...

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Dennie Simmons Celebrates A Century of Life On May 21, family and friends joined to celebrate the 100th birthday of Dennie Simmons, who was born May 21, 1919. Simmons is a retired educator for Denver Public Schools. She began her tenure with Denver Public Schools in 1962 and retired February...

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Spider-Man: Far From Home By Laurence Washington One of the best things about Spider-Man joining the MCU is the storyline is consistent with the other characters and films in the Marvel Disney Universe. That being said, Spider-Man: Far From Home picks up where Avengers: End Game leaves off. However, there...

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Wise Truth Appreciated Editor: I had to take a moment to compliment you for your letter in the July issue. I love the way you spoke the wise truth. Kudos to you for another fine issue, and may God continue to bless you to keep up the great work. Thanks...

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City Council Approves Plan for Parks and Open Space Sales Tax  Five-year funding plan propels the implementation of Game Plan for a Healthy City  Denver City Council approved the five-year funding plan for the Parks and Open Space Sales Tax that is dedicated to the improvement and expansion of Denver’s...

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Denver Public Schools Offers Free Summer Meals to Children 18 and Under Denver Public Schools (DPS) is ensuring that children receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. On Monday, June 3, Mayor Michael Hancock, Councilman Kevin Flynn and representatives from Denver Public Schools enjoyed lunch with more than...

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Langley Foundation Presents Five Scholarships The Drs. Joseph and Alice Langley Scholarship Foundation hosted an awards reception on Saturday, June 8 at New Hope Baptist Church. Da’Minique Dillard-Rusk, Lindsey Glenn, Elizabeth Harvey, Jael Mallory, and Nicholas Manning each received $1,000 scholarships to be used at the university they choose to...

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Cooperation vs Competition… Editor: Offending the Asian-American communities in Denver and beyond was perhaps the determining factor in Denver mayoral challenger Jamie Giellis’ loss to Mayor Michael Hancock. Giellis’ question, “Why so many cities feel it necessary to have a Chinatown, the answer to that question is dear to me...

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Constance Ejuma Talks Ghost and Crisis in Cameroon By Samantha Ofole-Prince She’s an award-winning actress and producer whose film credits include Marvel’s Black Panther, a film which earned her a Best Stunt Ensemble SAG Award. With credits in theatre, television and commercials, the Cameroonian-born thespian has worked with Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka, Academy Award nominee Shohreh Aghdashloo and was also...