Dec. 6, 2022: Ensuring insurance equity; Fashion designer creates inclusion and connection

December 6, 2022
Some of the dresses Norberto “Beto” Mojardin, founder of Latin Fashion Week Colorado, designed and created with kernels of corn and handmade flowers here in his Commerce City home. Oct. 4, 2022.Some of the dresses Norberto “Beto” Mojardin, founder of Latin Fashion Week Colorado, designed and created with kernels of corn and handmade flowers here in his Commerce City home. Oct. 4, 2022.Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite
Some of the dresses Norberto “Beto” Mojardin, founder of Latin Fashion Week Colorado, designed and created with kernels of corn and handmade flowers here in his Commerce City home. Oct. 4, 2022.

Colorado is the first state with a law designed to ensure underrepresented communities are not overcharged for insurance. Then, we talk with the founder of Latin Fashion Week Colorado about how he uses visual art and design to create inclusion. Also, college faculty who don't have tenure say they're at a breaking point at the state's public universities because of huge pay gaps.