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Stephen Molyneux

Local groups Femme Left and the Denver branch of the International Socialist Organization (ISO) collaborate to educate about socialism, for liberation. Mae Black is in both organizations and each meet at The Deer Pile, above City O' City... more

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As winter sets in, Denver's homeless population struggle to endure amid continuous sweeps by Denver police. more

The Denver Green Roof Initiative (I-300) is the city and county’s chance to act on climate, locally, on the forthcoming ballot. Denver suffers from particulate and ozone pollution, putting residents at risk of life-threatening illnesses... more

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A committee of community groups is working on revising the Denver Police Department (DPD) use-of-force policy. The initial deadline was Sept. 1, which has been extended four weeks. In January, a new use-of-force policy draft was released by... more

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Until last October, Julie Bañuelos was a Denver Public School (DPS) teacher. As teachers and students start a new school year, Bañuelos is running for DPS Board of Education, at-large. Bañuelos grew up in Curtis Park with three sisters. Her sister... more

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On Wednesday, June 14, Colorado People's Alliance (COPA) brings their second annual event—La Fiesta del Pueblo—of The People's Party to City Park Pavilion, from 6:00 to 8:30p.m. COPA is a member-driven organization identifying and examining... more

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May Day—or International Workers' Day—will be recognized by a coalition of Denver labor and socialist groups at the Colorado State Capitol building on May 1 from 12:00-3:00p.m. Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), Denver; International Workers... more

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The $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL)—financially backed by 17 big banks—has sparked strong, local Indigenous-led resistance, with demonstrations at bank branches, (including Chase, U.S. Bank, Wells Fargo and Bank of America). more

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