The Colorado Magazine is a publication for all Coloradans. In these pages, we’ll document, explore, and share the experiences that join us together as Coloradans, bringing you compelling original scholarship, insights, and perspectives on how we got to now. We welcome you along on the journey.
Oh what a year it was. From ongoing racial reckonings to remarkable women and from Indigenous voices to recreational pursuits, The Colorado Magazine explored how we got to now in ways that helped us gain perspective on another extraordinary year.
The best way to combat chilly temperatures just might be warm, freshly baked cookies. Between winter weather and the many holidays this month, it’s hard not to declare this time of year one long, delicious Cookie Season. And would that be such a bad thing?
In 1903, The Denver Post investigative journalist Polly Pry exposed abuses at the Fort Lewis Indian Boarding School that shocked the nation. Her reporting brought to light the mistreatment of Native children that was all too common at boarding schools throughout the nation.