Another Payout in Denver Police Brutality Case

Denver City Council on Monday voted to pay the Daniel Martinez family $1.6 million for […]

100th Anniversary of San Francisco’s 1917 Sex Worker March

  SAN FRANCISCO – One hundred years ago the San Francisco sex workers’ uprising took […]

Hundreds of Thousands Say No to Trump in DC, Yes to Women’s Rights

WASHINGTON, DC – The metro stations became impromtu march locations as thousands could not get […]

Inauguration Protests Speak out Against Trump

  WASHINGTON, DC – Tens of thousands held spaces along the inaugural parade route, along […]

Police Raid Rural Honduran Community

Update:  This is the second raid on the 9 de Julio community within months.  On […]

Beth McCann is Sworn in as Denver’s Next District Attorney

Social justice activists expressed hope that Denver city and county’s new District Attorney will perform […]

International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers-San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO – The 14th Annual International Day to End Violence Against Sex workers was […]

Thomas Downs Not Guilty of Assaulting a Police Officer

  “I hope that the city of Boulder will consider moving the police officer who […]

Community Advocate Faces Possible Two Years in Prison

  Boulder, Colorado resident Tom Downs who local environmental advocates know as standing up for […]