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New Durango diversity team members to uplift unheard voices

Community Relations Commission wants to make marginalized groups feel welcome

Navy veteran Gail Harris breaks barriers on race, police

‘My ceiling became the next generation’s floor’

Durango observes Transgender Day of Remembrance

Virtual event remembers lives lost to violence

Southwest Colorado sawyer crew cuts down gender stereotypes

Team draws second looks; some wonder who the man is in charge

Hundreds honor late Justice Ginsburg at Durango Women’s March

Democratic candidates throw in some campaigning

‘It’s not only my right, it’s my responsibility to honor those women’

Durango celebrates 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote

Residents share examples of racism, discrimination in Durango

Listening session draws 50 people, including officials who vow greater response

Out of 100 Colorado lawmakers, only seven are Republican women

State GOP, in effort to reverse trend, aims to court voters ahead of 2020 elections

Can equality pledges fix gender problem in country music?

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – What started as a joke on Twitter about an unwritten rule among country radio stations not to play two female artists in a row prompted outrage by country music stars, but...

Thousands join Women’s March in Washington

Protesters re-create Chilean feminist anthem at White House

District attorney targets hate crimes in Southwest Colorado

Prosecutor reports 13 bias-motivated crimes in past 10 years

New Monopoly game celebrates innovative women – and pays them more than men

Rich Uncle Pennybags has willed his empire to his niece, Ms. Monopoly, in Hasbro’s latest iteration of its iconic board game, where women entrepreneurs and inventors are not only celebrated,...