Rep. Leslie Herod Is A Force Of Nature At The State CapitolAs CBS4 celebrates Black History Month, CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd talked to a state representative who is making history. Rep. Leslie Herod took the state Legislature by storm when was she was elected four years ago.
Giving Circle Works To Uplift Marginalized Communities, Women Of ColorThere's a saying, “Making a way out of no way” and the women of the Sisterhood of Philanthropists Impacting Needs are carrying on that rich tradition through the most difficult of times today.
Black Colorado Leaders Stress Need For Continued Movement & Social JusticeWhile a summer of unrest magnified the need to march and rally for social justice, it is only the lasted evolution in a long history for the Black community.
COVID In Colorado: Center For African American Health Meeting Needs Of Black CommunityAs COVID tests communities of color, the Center for African American Health has become an even more beloved resource.
'Be Uplifted': The Drop 104.7 Radio Station Engages With Audience By Taking Song RequestsThe Drop 104.7 FM is Denver’s newest Hip-Hop and R&B station that’s making a mark on the airwaves. The station is commercial free and engages with the audience by taking their song requests over the phone or by social media.
Inspiration For 'Museum For Black Girls' In Denver Came From An 11-Year-OldThe Museum for Black Girls features interactive art aimed at celebrating the uniqueness and beauty of Black women.
CBS4 Black Journalists Share Experiences With Racism, Covering BLM DemonstrationsSome of the Black journalists at CBS4 shared their thoughts about covering recent incidents of racism, as well as their own personal experiences with discrimination.
Dr. Deb Saint-Phard Asks All To Choose Compassion Over PrejudiceA respected Colorado physician is asking people to choose compassion over prejudice.
Thierry Smith, 'A Real Soldier,' Remembered For Trailblazing Denver Sports RadioQuiet but confident, Thierry Smith was unlike anyone Denver sports fans had heard on the radio before.
Denver Broncos Safety Justin Simmons Leaving A Lasting Impact Off The FieldJustin Simmons has made a name for himself on the field with his play, but his impact off the field has been far greater than stats could ever tell.
Nearly 100 Years Later, Black-Owned And Operated Lincoln Hills Recognized In Colorado HistoryConsidered an oasis back in the 1920s for Black people, Colorado's Lincoln Hills is now important piece of American history.
From Depression To Compassion: Former CU Football Player Josh Ford Inspires Montbello Youth With 'Cagebreakers'Josh Ford, from Denver's Montbello neighborhood, is showing triumph over adversity and hopes to inspire others to chase their dreams and know they can be accomplished.
Denver's My Brother's Keeper Alliance Recognizes Young Men Of ColorMore than a dozen young Black men who have been making big changes in their lives and the communities they live in are now being recognized.
Colorado Author Adrian Miller Serves Up Soul Food’s Tradition In American CuisineSoul food is the traditional food for African Americans, and it has its roots developed in the rural southern United States.
Live Jazz Returns To Five Points As First Fridays ResumeLive music returned to Denver’s Five Points neighborhood Friday. Several people came to Sonny Lawson Park for First Friday Jazz Hop.