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Condemning Police Conduct as 'Disgusting,' Federal Judge Bars Denver Cops From Using Chemical Weapons on Protesters
"Citizens should never have to fear peaceful protest on the basis of police retaliation, especially not when protesting that very same police violence."
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Democratic Socialist Lawmaker Persuades Fellow Denver City Council Members to End Contracts With For-Profit Prison Operators
"Still think local elections don't matter?"
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Teachers' Strikes Are Rattling Washington. This Hearing in the US House Is Proof.
The House Education Committee convened this week for its first hearing on K-12 schools in the new Congress, and the topic of teacher pay was front and center
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Following Three-Day Strike, Denver Teachers Score Latest Victory in Nationwide #RedForEd Movement
"This agreement is a win, plain and simple: for our students; for our educators; and for our communities."
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'For Our Students and For Our Profession': Denver Educators Strike for First Time in 25 Years
"You left us no choice, we have to use our teacher voice!"
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'This Is Called Union-Busting': As Teachers Union Approves Strike, Denver Superintendent Wants to Turn Furloughed Federal Workers Into Scabs
Ahead of a union vote on Tuesday, the newly-elected school official reached out to federal employees who haven't been paid in weeks, asking them to cross the picket line
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'Historic Day for American Unions': Los Angeles Teachers Strike Earns Victory for Labor, Public Education
"Teachers, students, parents, and their neighbors came together in the pouring rain to make historic demands for public education."
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Living a Nightmare of Wrongful Conviction: The Case of Clarence Moses-EL
As dusk settled over Denver on Dec. 22, the first day of winter, Clarence Moses-EL walked out of the county jail, free for the first time in 28 years. The shortest day of the year would be the end of the longest nightmare of his life. It was all because of a dream. Moses-EL was charged with rape in...
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Bernie Sanders Rally in Denver Draws One of Biggest Crowds in Election Cycle
Massive turnout is latest sign the Vermont senator is gaining on Hillary Clinton
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150 Years Later, Two Universities Answer for Their Founder's Role in the Sand Creek Massacre
Under pressure from students and community members, Northwestern University and University of Denver take the first steps towards righting historic wrongs.
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