Guest Columns

Bicyclists against density

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When I arrived in Boulder in the mid-1980s, it had already become a “bike” town. The “Red Zinger Bicycle Classic” and “Coors International Bicycle...

Amendment 71 is a power grab by the corporate and political...

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Amendment 71, otherwise known as “Raise the Bar,” is a question that will be on your Colorado ballot that you will receive later this...

A peaceful display is met with violence

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Guest opinion by Charlie Danaher History is replete with examples of peaceful movements being met with violence. Sometimes the violence is perpetrated by the state,...

Boulder County needs an authentic choice for County Commissioner

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Heading into the 2018 elections, Boulder County faces two divergent futures — either extending the status quo with a dangerous game of insider politics,...

The Indian Peaks Traverse as a solution

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Imagine stepping out of your front door, grabbing your hiking poles, putting your binoculars around your neck, lacing up your running shoes, or putting...

How to steal an election without really trying

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Step one: Get a group of buddies together, make it the kind of people who’d enjoy traveling First Class together, or maybe sharing a...

The other epidemic we must fight is white supremacy

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Twenty years ago, as a senior at Boulder High School, I led a small collective of students in a walkout to protest the murder...

Tenants have rights in eviction court. NEWR makes sure they can...

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Boulder may not be an epicenter of COVID-19 infections, but the virus and economic fallout are upending lives all the same. Almost 20,000 Boulder...

Issue 2G: Democracy in the 21st century, finally!

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We urge City voters to vote yes on Ballot Question 2G, which reads, “Shall Sections 38, 45, and 56 of the City Charter be...

U.S. imperial plans regarding Venezuela

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Giselle Cesin’s recent column (re: ‘An insider’s view of the Venezuelan crisis, March 7) from an opposition perspective enumerated a number of reasons why...

Welcoming more racial diversity through affordable housing

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Boulder residents must realize that diversity is not implemented into their city by openly declaring their acceptance of it, but rather through changing structures...

Who will forgive us?

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In 1957, 15-year-old Dorothy Counts became the first black student to attend Harding High School in Charlotte, North Carolina. Escorted by Dr. Edwin Thompkins,...