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THE HOLLY Receives Standing Ovations to Sell-out Crowds

By: Tanya Ishikawa

Documentary about Denver gangs and police wins Denver International Film Festival award If film festival audiences could vote in the Denver elections, Terrance Roberts would have a great chance to become Denver’s next mayor. Or perhaps filmmaker Julian Rubenstein would get elected, based on the positive response to his documentary,...

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Master P Talks Mental Health

By: Malcolm Quattlebaum 

On November 10, legendary Hip Hop entrepreneur and music mogul Master P spent the evening in the mile-high city. However, he didn’t take the stage to bust out some rhymes. He came to share his life experiences in an attempt to de-stigmatize mental health within the black community. Percy Miller,...

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RMES Communications Makes Upgrades at Denver International Airport

By: LaQuane Smith

The benefit of using today’s technology is about more than making a phone call, according to Miles Malone, who considers himself to be both an inventor and businessman. It was 20 years ago when Miles started working with his father, Herman Malone, at Denver International Airport. The trailblazing business leader...

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DUS Reflections: A YEAR IN REVIEW

January 2022  Honoring the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This month we entered a new year and like years past, we celebrated and honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesman and leader in the...

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Olympian Allyson Felix Steps up to Fight for Maternal Protection  

By: Angelia D. McGowan

Allyson Felix, five-time U.S. Olympian in track and field, is soaring on a different track these days working to advance women’s rights for maternal protection. She shared her journey to this new life of advocacy most recently as the keynote speaker at the annual luncheon for the Women’s Foundation of...

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When the Pastor Gets Weary

By: Brittany Winkfield  

Coming out of the pandemic, Black people are at the top of most of the lists for risk factors, yet the people in the community who are caring for them are not caring for themselves. “As a pastor you put your inner self aside to meet the challenges of the...

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New Denver Police Chief Aims for Community Collaborations

By: Michael Renee Giles

Despite the countless stories published nationwide about the misuse of jurisdiction and force in handling citizen encounters in Denver, Colorado, a new feeling of hope accompanies the swearing in of Ron Thomas as the new Denver police chief. The event took place on October 18, one day after the Denver...

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Black Boss Summit Supports Economic Equity

By: Elijah Hill

The Black Boss Summit powered by the Black Business Initiative, was held September 10 at Le Méridien Denver Downtown. The summit offered an opportunity for entrepreneurs to mingle and learn how to be better in business. Kicking off the event was Sebrina Hillard of Insurance Design and Placement. During her...