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June 24, 2020: Aurora Superintendent On Being Black In America; Artist Detour’s BLM Murals

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Artists Detour and Hiero painted a mural of George Floyd on the side of a Ready Temporary Services building at High Street and Colfax Avenue. June 7, 2020.

The death of George Floyd prompted a superintendent to write a letter to his district about being Black in America. And, Denverite reporter Donna Bryson’s story on the lives of three Black Coloradans in 2020. Later, the artist Detour on his Denver murals that depict victims of police brutality. Finally, a paralympian in limbo as he waits for the Olympics.