Immigrant & Migrant Students 1

Since last January, at least 41,000 people have migrated to the Denver metro area. Denver has long been an attractive destination for recent migrants, but this significant number of newly arrived immigrants has created complex and novel challenges for the city. Part of what makes Denver attractive as a destination Read more…

The End of Affinity Groups

“The master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house.” – Audre Lorde Maybe it’s time to rethink school district-sponsored affinity spaces. A few weeks ago, I met with Jalisa Evan, executive director of the Black Educator Advocates Network, whose organization focuses on supporting Black educators in creating equitable spaces through Read more…

Vol 4 Issue 2 – From the Editor

Amending Colorado’s Constitution Antwan Jefferson, PhD     Laws are made by people–they are neither absolute nor right. They may be best understood as signals of the times in which they are constructed. And while these times change, laws typically do not change as quickly or substantively. At least, that’s Read more…

Vol 4 Issue 2 – Main Article

Amending Colorado’s Constitution By | Allan Tellis, Chief Writer, Denver   Concepts like fundamental rights and dignity often seem deeply abstracted from the day-to-day operations of educational institutions.  The Right2Learn Dignity Lab wants to advocate not only for developing a more robust understanding of the concepts themselves but also having Read more…

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