It will cover Sloan’s Lake, West Colfax, Jefferson Park, the Highlands, Sunnyside, Berkeley and Chaffee Park.
By Colorado Politics
Shapley will lead a staff of seven reporters and editors covering the state political scene and guiding its expansion into Denver civic affairs.
She starts Oct. 21.
Some answers in the studies, however, indicate how little understanding of the process many people have. Michelle A. Amazeen and Erik P. Bucy have the story.
After more than 11 years and nearly 10 million visitors, the Newseum will close on Dec. 31.
The Washington, DC monument to the news industry has struggled financially for a number of years and says continued operations at its current location are unsustainable.
In January 2019, it announced an agreement to sell the Newseum building on historic Pennsylvania Avenue to Johns Hopkins University, which will use the building for its D.C.-based graduate programs. The Newseum is at 555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, DC.
SPJ Colorado Pro volunteers are needed to help staff campus visits to colleges and universities in coming months, said Board Member Doug Bell, chair of the Education Committee. The visits are scheduled by and conducted in concert with the Colorado Press Association.
Dates and locations are:
- Thursday, Oct. 24 — University of Colorado – Boulder
- Tuesday, Nov. 5 — Metropolitan State University of Denver
- November date to be set — Regis University, Denver
Email Bell for details.
The American Library Association, which condemns censorship and works to ensure free access to information, compiles an annual list of the Top Ten Most Challenged Books in order to inform the public about censorship in libraries and schools. The lists are based on information from media stories and voluntary challenge reports from communities across the United States.
The Top Ten lists are only a snapshot of book challenges. Surveys indicate that 82-97 percent of book challenges (documented requests to remove materials from schools or libraries) remain unreported and receive no media attention