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Disappearing pathway to middle class

Last Updated by Burt Hubbard on

In the 1960s, the giant CF&I steel plant on the southern end of Pueblo was the economic driving engine and racial equalizer for Colorado’s southernmost major city.

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Health gains for African Americans and Latinos lag far behind whites

Last Updated by Kevin Vaughan on

Lucero Barrios is Latina and a new mother – circumstances that place her squarely in a group of people affected by a shocking reality in Colorado: A Hispanic baby born in this state is 63 percent more likely than a white baby to die in the first year of life. LE and IM charts

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Social progress from civil rights movement lost

Last Updated by Burt Hubbard, Ann Carnahan Espinola on

By some of the most important measures of social progress, black and Latino residents of Colorado have lost ground compared to white residents in the decades since the civil rights movement.

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