October 10, 2019
2:15 pm - 5:30 pm



The northern Great Plains of Colorado, like much of the rest of the state, has a long history of exploitation by European settlers, not only of its natural resources, but of its Indigenous and immigrant people. We'll talk to some of those people working on the front lines to promote environmental justice and visit a school where oil and gas extraction is happening right next door to some of the region's poorest students.

Cap on Tour: 50

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