Our VOYCE

CU Denver TODAY "Project VOYCE (Voices of Youth Changing Education) is a nonprofit that helps mentor local youth so they can better advocate for themselves and their neighborhoods. In partnership with University of Colorado Denver, and with funding from the CU Denver Office of Research Services (ORS) Creative Collaborative Research Faculty Fellowship, Project VOYCE now reaches a wider audience through videography and interactive graphics...."

CU Denver TODAY

"Project VOYCE (Voices of Youth Changing Education) is a nonprofit that helps mentor local youth so they can better advocate for themselves and their neighborhoods. In partnership with University of Colorado Denver, and with funding from the CU Denver Office of Research Services (ORS) Creative Collaborative Research Faculty Fellowship, Project VOYCE now reaches a wider audience through videography and interactive graphics...."

STREETS BLOG DENVER "It was supposed to be Colorado DOT’s meeting about its plan to gouge a wider I-70 through Elyria, Swansea, and Globeville. But residents from those neighborhoods would not let CDOT control the message..."

STREETS BLOG DENVER

"It was supposed to be Colorado DOT’s meeting about its plan to gouge a wider I-70 through Elyria, Swansea, and Globeville. But residents from those neighborhoods would not let CDOT control the message..."

NY TIMES “We shouldn’t be the people carrying the city on our backs,” Candi CdeBaca, 30, said at a community meeting that erupted in cheers of support for an alternate plan.

NY TIMES

“We shouldn’t be the people carrying the city on our backs,” Candi CdeBaca, 30, said at a community meeting that erupted in cheers of support for an alternate plan.

5280 MAGAZINE 

"Students at Manual High School gathered in the days following the Election to share their hopes and fears for the future- and plan for what might come next."

DENVERITE

"Hundreds of protestors marched peacefully through Downtown Denver Thursday night to demand justice for the victims of police killings."

SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE

"Being the target of someones harsh comments is basically The. Worst. Feeling. Ever. It doesn't matter if it's a friend, crush, family member, or even someone you hardly know - mean words can seriously sting (Why do people gotta' be so rude?) While you can't control other's actions. these girls' stories at clapping back at the negativity shows that you don't have to be defined by anyone but yourself."