An assistant professor of legal studies at Colorado Christian University apologized yesterday for “any offense” she might have caused in stating during a radio show Wednesday that she’d fail students who “wear a safety pin and ask for a safe space.” She also said on air that she’d “tear” safety pins from students.
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Colorado Christian University Professor: “If any of my students wear a safety pin and ask for a safe space, I will tear it off them and fail them in my class”
“I’m sure at Colorado Christian University, there are a lot of safe spaces right now,” said KLZ radio’s Dan Meurer in introducing an interview segment with guest host Jenna Ellis, an assistant professor of legal studies and leadership at CCU.
Today, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains (PPRM) is launching their 4th annual World AIDS Day initiative, which will be its most extensive to date.
The majority of Coloradans didn’t elect Donald Trump, so when he won the White House, many were likely left feeling dejected and wondering what comes next. Given the massive Denver protest in the days following the election, it’s clear that many Coloradans are looking for ways to take action.
In what appear to be his most extensive comments yet on his possible appointment as Trump’s Secretary of Interior, former Colorado Congressman Bob Beauprez told KOA 850-AM listeners this morning why he’d be a good fit for the job.
Since the election, there’s been a lot of speculation about how fake news and misinformation spread on social media could have affected the outcome. A Buzzfeed News analysis found that falsehoods from hyperpartisan news sites, particularly ultra-conservative pages, were shared at an alarming rate.
The Bell Policy Center, a Colorado organization that advocates for family economic security and equal opportunity, is calling on community members to share programs, projects, and other efforts that have successfully helped Colorado families get and stay ahead.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, along with their partners and allies, rallied at Colorado’s capitol to demand immigration reform. Dozens filled the building’s west steps chanting “si se puede” (yes we can) and “stand up fight back.”