A school counselor once told me, “Why don’t you look at community colleges? They’re more affordable.” Immediately my education dreams were crushed.
When I visited a few months ago, I had the opportunity to explore the Pueblo Riverwalk and learn a little bit about the history of Pueblo while riding in one of the Riverwalk boats. During our short ride, the guide regaled us with stories about The Great Flood of 1921, the Veteran’s Bridge, and Zebulon […]
Most of us have a deep connection to an immigration story—our own. Unless your ancestors were Native American, you or your family came here as a migrant.
The government is currently planning to change “public charge” rules in a way that will affect access to public programs for both citizens and immigrants.
We have had community organizers in the field in Pueblo and Fort Morgan for 15 months now, talking with community members about health equity and getting to know their stories.