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"On Friday afternoon, 18-year-old Tay Anderson was in Denver's Civic Center Park, having just finished marching down the city's 16th Street Mall. It was the second time in 2 days he had joined a protest in response to the recent shooting deaths of African-American men by police."

"On Friday afternoon, 18-year-old Tay Anderson was in Denver's Civic Center Park, having just finished marching down the city's 16th Street Mall. It was the second time in 2 days he had joined a protest in response to the recent shooting deaths of African-American men by police."


Residents Take over CDOT Informational Meeting in Opposition to I-70 Expansion...

Residents Take over CDOT Informational Meeting in Opposition to I-70 Expansion...


Colorado Matters convened a panel of high school students to talk about the next President of the United States.

Colorado Matters convened a panel of high school students to talk about the next President of the United States.


On September 19, Denver City Councilman Albus Brooks deleted a number of tweets made from his Twitter handle @AlbusBrooksD9. It’s not a coincidence that the deletions occurred around the same time that the following post showed up on Project VOYCE’s Facebook page.  

On September 19, Denver City Councilman Albus Brooks deleted a number of tweets made from his Twitter handle @AlbusBrooksD9. It’s not a coincidence that the deletions occurred around the same time that the following post showed up on Project VOYCE’s Facebook page.

 


Listening to—and Empowering—Denver's Unheard Kids

How Project VOYCE is giving hope, confidence, and skills to area teens who never realized how strong they can be.