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Denver-based mining company accused of attacking Peruvian farmer

On the morning of Sept. 18, an altercation was reported between private security forces and Goldman Environmental Prize recipient Máxima Acuña on contested land...

The other Dreamers

After graduating high school, Maggie Loredo was faced with a seemingly impossible choice. As an undocumented immigrant, she could stay in the United States...

Lessons from Venezuela’s free fall

As a young man living in Venezuela, Jose Garcia remembers being woken up in the middle of the night by his mother to watch...

Boulder shows solidarity with Dakota Access pipeline protesters

On Tuesday Sept. 13 and 14, more than 200 separate protests were held across the country against the Dakota Access pipeline. The protests, three of...

Stripping away illusions

If you go to David Barsamian’s State of the World Address looking for quick solutions to the world’s problems, you’ll be disappointed. “It’s more like...

To understand Trump, we have to look back

It is quite disturbing that the presidential nominee of a major political party would retweet messages from a user with the handle @WhiteGenocideTM, whose...

Advocates call for end to private immigration prisons

Last week, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced it would begin phasing out its contracts with private prisons, eventually ending the use of...

Connections between recently proposed legislation and antigovernment extremists threaten public lands...

Residents, transplants and visitors alike recognize Colorado as a pioneer in public land leadership. From forests like the White River National Forest to parks...

Moving in seven directions

"This is my way home,” says Matt Bad Wound. He is one of several people making a 350-mile journey from Boulder, Colorado, to Pine...

Ability to choose

On August 4, as people poured into Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics, Ashley Byrne settled in for a long bath — right in...

Signatures for Initiatives #75 and #78 turned in for the count

For anyone who worked at gathering signatures in 2014 to put local control over energy extraction and/or setbacks for drilling and production operations on...

Let’s be honest

The majestic views of the Flatirons. The buskers on Pearl Street. Organic food companies and winding bike paths. This is what Boulder is known...
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