Feb. 6, 2024: Mom hoped to educate, not incarcerate; Broomfield stylist elevates African designers

February 6, 2024
Koya Nyangi, owner of Let Me Show You Different, runs a holiday market in Denver. Dec. 2, 2024, where she promotes hand-made jewelry from Tanzania.Koya Nyangi, owner of Let Me Show You Different, runs a holiday market in Denver. Dec. 2, 2024, where she promotes hand-made jewelry from Tanzania.Rachel Estabrook/CPR News
Koya Nyangi, owner of Let Me Show You Different, runs a holiday market in Denver. Dec. 2, 2024, where she promotes hand-made jewelry from Tanzania.

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Feb. 6, 2024: Mom hoped to educate, not incarcerate; Broomfield stylist elevates African designers

A Black mother was verbally assaulted by a white mother using a racial slur outside their daughters' elementary school; she wanted the justice system to educate, not incarcerate. Systemic tells the story. Then, a Broomfield stylist wants designers in Africa to get their due; she's working to bring the modern looks of the Motherland to the Mile High and beyond.