"The inequalities in our society have been exacerbated, racial injustices magnified, and our ability to tangibly connect to one another practically eliminated. And yet, our community continues to show up. Our community continues to lean in. Our community is committed to being there for each other."
In an historic moment in local government last week, Marta Loachamin (D-Longmont) – a longtime Boulder County bilingual realtor with ERA Tradewind Real Estate – was elected and sworn in as the first Latina to serve on the three-member Board of County Commissioners.
On Jan. 18, "Why We Can't Wait!" – a countywide virtual event – features local choirs, a school jazz band and a school orchestra, as well as Memphis musician and artist Jacki Reddick, Denver poet and storyteller Kerrie Joy, a tribute to sculptor and author Edward Joseph Dwight, Jr., a preview of the Wither’s Photography Collection from the Wither's Museum, and much more. Register today!
We in Boulder remain in the throes of two pandemics: COVID-19 and our own reckoning with race relations. As we wait for our turn to receive the first shots of the new vaccine, we invite you to participate in a community conversation about the racial divide in our local community.