Tina Griego

Tina Griego
Tina is an editor, reporter and coach with the Colorado News Collaborative. She has been a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post and the Albuquerque Tribune, but spent most of her career as a reporter and columnist for the Rocky Mountain News and the Denver Post. Her reporting on immigration, education and urban poverty has won national recognition. Tina lives in Fort Collins with her husband and two kids. She's a native New Mexican and prefers red over green.

Progress and Inequity in Colorado

We’re out with our latest installment of Chasing Progress, our collaborative reporting project examining equity gaps in Colorado.  Yesterday’s piece is by John Herrick of the nonprofit The Boulder Reporting Lab (Johnny’s name may

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“A Dream Unrealized”

On Thursday, we launched “Chasing Progress,” our latest reporting collaboration with partner newsrooms across the state. Chasing Progress examines the social, economic and health equity of Black and Latino Coloradans

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Buscando Avances

Algunas brechas socioeconómicas clave entre coloradenses negros, latinos y blancos se redujeron en la última década, pero la equidad sigue siendo “un sueño incumplido”

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Chasing Progress

Some key socioeconomic gaps between Black, Latino and white Coloradans narrowed in the last decade, but equity remains “a dream unrealized”

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Taking a Step Toward Transparency

As you might recall from previous newsletters, last summer we at COLab helped bring together Black and Latinx Coloradans and journalists to develop concrete ways for local newsrooms to build

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Connecting More Dots

Dear reader,  About a week ago, not quite a dozen editors and reporters hopped on a call to talk about their COVID coverage, specifically, their coverage of Coloradans who have yet

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Beyond the Inverted Pyramid

Ideas on more thoughtful approaches to story-telling and story structure from COLab journalist Tina Griego. Presented as part of the 2021 Joint Virtual Conference of the Colorado and Kansas Press

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