May 10, 2021: Policing & Dementia; Expanding Arts For Kids Of Color

May 10, 2021
A screenshot from Loveland police officer Austin Hopp's body camera moments before he forcefully arrested 73-year-old Karen Garner in Loveland on June 26, 2020. A Loveland law office has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Loveland Police Department and the officers involved in Garner’s arrest. Screengrab courtesy of attorney Sarah Shielke and the Life and Liberty Law Office who posted the body camera footage online.A screenshot from Loveland police officer Austin Hopp's body camera moments before he forcefully arrested 73-year-old Karen Garner in Loveland on June 26, 2020. A Loveland law office has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Loveland Police Department and the officers involved in Garner’s arrest. Screengrab courtesy of attorney Sarah Shielke and the Life and Liberty Law Office who posted the body camera footage online.
A screenshot from Loveland police officer Austin Hopp's body camera moments before he forcefully arrested 73-year-old Karen Garner in Loveland on June 26, 2020. A Loveland law office has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Loveland Police Department and the officers involved in Garner’s arrest. Screengrab courtesy of attorney Sarah Shielke and the Life and Liberty Law Office who posted the body camera footage online.

An incident in Loveland involving a woman with dementia highlights the need for police training and awareness. Then, a ranch that's become a cultural flashpoint. Also, Denver arts educator Ilaseia Gray on her experiences as a Black actress and her hope to expand the arts for children of color. And a Colorado singer's make-or-break moment on "The Voice."