Judge Ketanji Jackson Brown Makes U.S. History

Judge Ketanji Jackson Brown Makes U.S. History

Judge Ketanji Jackson Brown Makes U.S. History

Editor’s note:  This article was first published in the Denver Weekly News. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher. On April 7, 2022, at 2:17 p.m. EDT, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson entered the history books, becoming the first Black woman elevated to the position of U.S. Supreme Court justice. After...

Gregory Goodloe is Stylin’

Gregory Goodloe is Stylin’

Gregory Goodloe is Stylin’

Gregory Goodloe set his sights, and some lofty goals, on a music career barely five years ago. In that relative eyeblink the Denver native’s sounds have reached audiences well outside earshot of the Mile High City that remains his base. Goodloe is already regionally renowned for his jazz prowess, a...

Black Therapists Talk about Mental Health

Black Therapists Talk about Mental Health

Black Therapists Talk about Mental Health

Asking for help is a strength, not a weakness, according to Dr. Wilbert Miles, a Denver-based clinical psychologist who has been practicing for more than 30 years. “The most successful people ask for help,” he says. “A lot of people don’t understand that everyone needs help sometimes. We’re all vulnerable,...

Alamance County: Digging through my Family Roots

Alamance County: Digging through my Family Roots

Alamance County: Digging through my Family Roots

Armed insurrection, a war against the Klan, martial law enacted in an American town, Governor impeachment, a multimillion-dollar corporation built on free labor, a paternalistic slave owner, and the resilience of a former slave and first Black deputy in the middle of all this. Caswell Holt's photograph, along with other...

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