Dear reader, Last week, a few of the state’s larger newsrooms, networks and The Denver Press Club hosted a mixer billed “Cocktails & Conversation” for local Black community members and
COLab believes in media for the people, with the people. Helping newsrooms connect with the communities they serve builds trust and better news. Below we share some of the ways that happens.
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Open Media will host a Town Hall event on behalf of PEN America with the help of Colorado News Collaborative (COLab) on the evening of Wednesday, October 13 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. MT. This event
On Sept. 21, Coloradans joined in for a two-hour panel discussion and community conversation centered on the newly-released report, ‘The time is right now:’ A call to action from Black
When Silvia Solis moved to Longmont four years ago, she and her husband were expecting their first child. “My family was so far away,” she recalls. She felt isolated. Lonely.
Journalists and journalism institutions are rethinking how they center the needs and desires of communities of color. But there is still a long history of disinvestment and harm that newsrooms must address
Dear reader, When she was a child growing up in a 1940s’ Greeley that still posted “No dogs or Mexicans” signs, Polly Baca remembers that the local paper had a habit
Dear reader, As of today, the Colorado News Collaborative is a year old. And what a year. What we imagined compared to what has come to pass is beyond what