Dorothy Davidson was born to Jewish parents in Transylvania (now Hungary) in 1930. When Dorothy was five her family immigrated to Buffalo, New York, where her father, a rabbi, became the Attica Prison chaplain.
With Colorado’s lawmakers considering an increase in penalties for fentanyl possession, one thing is certain: Doing so will hit communities of color hardest.
My mother was on her knees in front of the TV screaming and weeping “He has been shot. They killed him. We knew they would kill him.” That was when I first learned about the bullet that changed the world.
Last Friday, a Colorado jury awarded $14 million in damages to 12 plaintiffs after concluding Denver police officers violated our plaintiffs' constitutional rights during the 2020 George Floyd protests.
The fentanyl crisis continues to cause unfathomable loss, most recently with the tragic death of five people in Commerce City earlier last week.
The Communications Officer advances the ACLU of Colorado’s strategic priorities by effectively articulating its mission through various platforms.