An immigration office in metro Denver drew protests Wednesday. The protesters tried -- and failed -- to stop authorities from ordering the deportation of an undocumented immigrant. Now she's hiding in a church basement in Denver. What her case may say about President Trump's immigration policies. Also, 75 years ago President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the executive order that led to the incarceration of thousands of U.S. residents of Japanese descent. On Sunday, Japanese Americans will hold a day of remembrance in Denver to mark the anniversary. And, every few years there's a familiar debate in education circles. Does more money make schools better?
Immigrant Avoids Deportation By Hiding In Denver Church; Japanese Internment In Colorado
Take CPR With You Wherever You Go
Stay connected to CPR while you're on the go, with the free Colorado Public Radio app for smartphones and tablets.
Thank You For Choosing To Join CPR's Community Of Support
Your gifts strengthen the foundation for fact-based journalism and music exploration in Colorado. Thank you to all current CPR supporters.
Most Viewed News
By John Daley
By Ben Markus
By Sam Brasch