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Reynelda Muse has been a leader in the field of journalism throughout her distinguished television career. She was the first woman and first African-American to anchor a newscast in Colorado and was a founding anchor on the Cable News Network (CNN). In 19...

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A third-generation Coloradan, Caroline Bancroft was born into Colorado’s “upper-crust” society. Describing Denver’s history as “alive and kicking,” she was also describing herself. Known for her high-handedness and eccentricities, Bancroft spe...

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Miriam Goldberg was known throughout the United States for her leadership in print media. She was the publisher of the Intermountain Jewish News, a Denver based-paper known for its national news scope.  Here husband, Max had acquired the newspaper in 194...

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Caroline M. Churchill was a leading journalist and feminist during the late nineteenth century. and an eccentric visionary.  Upon arriving in Denver, “a good atmosphere for weak lungs,” Churchill completed a lifelong ambition by starting her own news...

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Morley Ballantine was a prominent, long-time Colorado newspaper editor-publisher. Through her writing, social and community activism, philanthropy, and dedication to her region, she furthered women’s rights and equality while also advancing education an...

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Sue O’Brien was a role model and mentor for aspiring woman journalists in many areas: as a radio anchor, television news director, and editorial page editor. She moved easily from politics to academia to daily newspapers. Her weekly Denver Post columns ...

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