The Civil Rights Movement was different, and more effective, than our Marades and Women’s Marches because it was driven by one unifying concept: membership.
We provide well-informed data and perspectives on Colorado’s health care system.
As thought leaders working in communities and at the Capitol, we share information about what’s working in our health system and what’s not. As we lead the public dialogue, we hope to offer a big-picture view of the health care system and to help Colorado find common ground.
To make meaningful change, we need people inside the health care system to understand why health inequities exist in the first place, and to take action.
As white women with less education and experience got higher titles and more money, I realized I needed to secure leadership and professional development opportunities for myself.
I’ve been reflecting on all that we accomplished in 2019. We’ve worked hard to develop radical clarity around our organizational identity and core beliefs.
With a long weekend on the horizon, we’re looking to catch up on some reading, watching, listening, and absorbing of wealth of knowledge, art, and culture.
ISAIAH is a multi-faith, multi-racial group of community members and organizers that came together to fight hate speech in their rural town of 22,000.
The fall of 2019 will go down in history as another chapter in the Chile Wars, pitting New Mexico’s Hatch green chile against Colorado’s Pueblo green chile.
Driving back home to the United States always throws me off. Although I am a United States citizen, I will still wear my brown skin and my Mexican culture.
My mom has fillings in 16 of her 28 teeth. She’s the eighth of twelve kids, and her dad used hard candies as a reward for quiet at bedtime.
Looking back at the countless inspirational leaders I’ve heard speak over the years, their impact was in their powerful resistance and counter narratives.