The backdrop to all this: a commission ruling in favor of a gay couple against the owner of Masterpiece Cake in Lakewood.
At age 14, Carlotta Walls LaNier, who now lives in Denver, was thrust into the battle over civil rights in this country. All she really wanted was to go to school.
The Newseum hosts a debate as the gay wedding cake case, Masterpiece Cake Shop vs. the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, case goes before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The food makers say that once they open their doors for business, they don't get to choose their customers.
Amy Howe of SCOTUSblog, tells Colorado Matters the court's ruling could have big implications for all states with public accommodation laws.
Dropping a word that has deep roots, the National Council of La Raza announced that is has changed its name.
The court will review a Colorado court decision that found baker Jack Phillips and his Masterpiece Cakeshop discriminated against the gay couple under Colorado law.
Some residents of Denver’s Elyria-Swansea neighborhood, including community activist Candi CdeBaca, are unhappy with plans to widen Interstate 70 north of downtown. They’ve filed a civil rights complaint to stop the $1.2 billion project.
The wife of noted Civil Rights leader and scholar Vincent Harding died more than a decade ago. Her daughter finished the memoir.