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Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
Colorado Beautillion-Cotillion, Inc | Youth Feature 2020
I choose to fight to be a part of my community, while some of us are more passive. I think the choice is yours.
To be black in Denver is an opportunity. It’s the chance to be bigger in a city where you’re outnumbered.
For me, being black in Denver is about a creating community, and that community, to me, is a safe space where we can bear witness to one another.
Where I’m from, I was one in a mass of people who looked like me. In Denver, I’m usually the odd one out.
I think being black in Denver means paying attention to your own cultural identity, working hard not to let the bullshit outside of you define your blackness,
Being black in Denver is holding down my own frequency, no matter the temperature, pressure, and atmosphere.
For me, being black comes with all of its beauty, depth, history, and context, and I’ve always been acutely aware of that wherever I’ve been.
To me, being black in Denver means to be positioned where all parts of your blackness can receive affirmation.
For me, being black in Denver is about taking advantage of the opportunities this city has to offer
For me, being black in Denver is about building and sharing the city’s history while creating new experiences and memories.
being black in Denver meant being a prominent voice in a minority position.
To be black in Denver and black anywhere is to recognize the power of our history and the greatness from which we come.
Jasmine Narkita Gold is the visionary founder and artist behind Black In Denver – an incredibly poignant portrait and interview series which features Black residents of Denver, CO.
Ronnie started in the auto industry in 1993 - selling cars at a dealership in Minnesota.  After 5 years he realized he wanted to offer his clients something more...  He really wanted to offer a solution to people's needs instead of selling them a car that day.  Becoming a broker has given him the opportunity to be unbiased about any car, and helpful to people.   In 1998 Ronnie joined AutoSearch USA, and eventually bought the Southern Colorado franchise in 2007.  "I love what I do!  I like to help people, and I am looking forward to helping you!"
"Exum’s smile and sense of humor perfectly complement his amazing ability to blow a soothing and soulful tune and easily connect with his audience."
A proud graduate of Langston University, Kenneth is living proof that education is a must for today, tomorrow and beyond. Good values were instilled in him at an early age by both parents and all of his siblings. While interning at Langston, he was able to actually see the importance a foundation can have on a community. He also realized the importance of giving back and helping others. It wasn't until later that he decided to creat his own way of "giving back". The Crowley Foundation is an avenue that will prepare today's youth for tomorrow.
I enjoy making people happy. I enjoy helping people find their forever dream home.
I want to be able to capture a genuine photo. I want to be able to empower women and allow them to feel beautiful, to exists in photographs because our children are watching. If we don’t feel empowered and confident, our children won’t either. Many of my shoots have been inspired by Pelinda. She is from Kenya. She is a beautiful person inside and out and she is strong, her strength comes from within. I like to bring that out in her portraits. When I take photos, I try to find something that is interesting. Photos change the way you see yourself. I want to make legendary photos that you can pass down through generations. Photos that you can be proud of.

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