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June 7, 2021: Un-Whitewashing Denver’s Anti-Chinese Riot; The Story Of Black Cowboys

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Colorado state historian William Wei stands by a plaque in downtown Denver honoring the Chinatown riots in 1880.

A Denver group wants to replace a plaque in LoDo that they say inaccurately portrays the anti-Chinese riot of 1880. Plus, how a century-old flood shaped Pueblo. Also, Sarah Maslin Nir celebrates Black cowboys in her book "Horse Crazy." Then, the General Assembly tackles disability website access. And, examining Doug Lamborn's constituent relations.