Colorado Voices: Black in Denver
In 2018, Denver artist Narkita Gold set out on a two-year project to investigate and photograph the different identities and individuality among Denver’s diverse Black community.
In “Black in Denver: Redefining Who We Are,” a few of Narkita’s original interviews are brought to life. In this episode, voices of Denver’s Black community share insights to the Black experience—challenging stereotypes and revealing the colorful spectrum of Blackness.
"Colorado Voices: Black in Denver" airs on Thursday, February 24 at 7 p.m. on Rocky Mountain PBS. You can watch a preview below.
Black in Denver: Redefining Who We Are | Preview
Narkita Gold led a photography project to highlight identity within the Black community.
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In our seven previous episodes of Colorado Voices, we've traveled around the state and heard from the voices of Costilla and Conejos counties, artists, an old Indian boarding school and more. Explore our previous episodes below.
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