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Honoring Brother Keith L. Weston with “A Brown or Chocolate Affair”

By: Ruby Jones

During the first weekend in March, the world’s oldest and largest group of Masons of African origin will celebrate 234 years of brotherhood and servitude. Hundreds of Prince Hall Masons will convene in the Mile High City to celebrate Founders Day Weekend and attend the Testimonial Banquet honoring Keith L....

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Joe Neguse Makes History and Will Work to ‘Keep Hope Alive’

By: Annette Walker

“With so much vitriol right now in Washington and our political system, we must remember that while fear is contagious, so is hope,” said Joe Neguse immediately following his electoral victory on November 6, 2018. “Tonight, I am deeply hopeful for the future of our country, as we work together...

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Looking Back and Talking Forward With A Senator

By: Thomas Holt Russell

The 2018 midterm elections were one of the most closely watched and highly anticipated off-year election in American history. The Trump administration’s divisive policies and rhetoric have awakened and stirred both parties to become politically active and this resulted in the highest midterm voter turnout in history. Colorado had the...