Opinions

Lynching Style Murder of Ahmaud Arbery

By: Op-ed Ted Moore

Lynching Style Murder of Ahmaud Arbery Op-ed by Ted Moore The murder and aggravated assault [and lynching] of Ahmaud Arbery brings memories of the Moore’s Ford Lynchings, known as the 1946 Georgia lynching on July 25, the murders of four young African Americans by a mob of white males. Tradition...

Courts Should Reflect the Communities We Serve

By: Op-ed Hon. Gary M. Jackson, Denver County Court

Courts Should Reflect the Communities We Serve Op-ed by Hon. Gary M. Jackson, Denver County Court The James C. Flanigan building, where I have the privilege of working, administers justice for residents of the City & County of Denver. Its name represents a seminal moment in Colorado history.  When appointed...

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How Will the COVID-19 Crisis Affect Local News Businesses?

By: Gregory L. Moore

How Will the COVID-19 Crisis Affect Local News Businesses? Past Pulitzer Prize Board Chair Gregory L. Moore examines what the pandemic means for newsrooms across the U.S. By Gregory L. Moore The first confirmed U.S. case of the coronavirus was just north of Seattle on January 19, 2020. Patient Zero...

A Crisis Within a Crisis for African Americans Op-ed by

By: Dr. Johnnie Johnson

A Crisis Within a Crisis for African Americans Op-ed by Dr. Johnnie Johnson According to the CDC, about 1 in 3 people who become sick enough to be hospitalized today from the coronavirus are African Americans.   Hospitalizations are highest in the 65 year and older population and 54% of the...