For hundreds of years, we’ve been told that each race is a discrete group of people defined by specific genetic and biological differences. But it’s all wrong.
If there is one thing I’ve learned about how our country got to this place, it is that the silence of those who are unaffected by injustice creates the shadows in which hate flourishes.
We’re actively working to make America less equal—to find both time-tested and inventive new ways to protect and grow the wealth and power of those who already have it and further oppress those who don’t.
I’m a mommy and a wife. I’m a born and raised Alaskan that has built snow caves to sleep in and fed moose by hand. I have won spelling bees, trained dolphins, and completed (very, very slowly) ten sprint triathlons.
We tackle a lot of complex problems, but none as challenging as health equity. Our systems of power grant privilege and access unequally, meaning some Coloradans benefit while others are harmed.