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Denver, Colo. (October 29, 2020) — The land of the free is also the home of the world’s largest prison population. What does our approach to incarceration tell us about our democracy? And how can more Coloradans keep their freedom?
Denver, Colo. (September 24, 2020) — All Coloradans are invited to come together to commemorate and celebrate justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during a three-day activation outside the History Colorado Center, 1200 North Broadway. Ginsburg won her first landmark gender-discrimination case in Denver’s Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in 1972.
Denver, Colo. (August 18, 2020) — History Colorado catapults Coloradans into the home stretch of this fall’s historic election and beyond with This Is What Democracy Looks Like, Denver’s most inclusive, informative, and empowering public engagement initiative about the past, present, and future of government for all.