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Megan Myscofski
Native people have lived in the Southwest for millennia and have traditional ways to manage water that have worked for them. When settlers arrived, they upended that system. Now, tribes in the Colorado River Basin are trying to elevate indigenous approaches to water management.
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Stephanie Daniel
"We have a new face of the city": Aurora's ambitions to support immigrants
Aurora is home to thousands of immigrant residents from the continent of Africa. As the city strives to become an inclusive home for all, is it truly working? Join host Stephanie Daniel as she explores the Black immigrant experience in Aurora as told through the eyes of one African immigrant — and the city itself.
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From our sister station, The Colorado Sound: A comprehensive guide to resources for Marshall Fire survivors, and what you need to know about volunteering and donating.