Letter To The Editor: Tigers’ Gripe Without Teeth

To: The Denver Post Neil Devlin misses the point by a long shot when he cavalierly dismisses requests for religious accommodation in scheduling CHSAA regional and state basketball games. “It has been that way for decades” is not a good reason to rigidly refuse to consider reasonable adjustments in a tournament schedule to accommodate a team that otherwise cannot participate

ADL Disappointed with CHSAA’s Refusal to Accommodate Jewish Athletes

The Anti-Defamation League’s Mountain States Regional office expressed its dismay at the Colorado High School Activities Association’s (CHSAA) refusal to accommodate Jewish athletes from Herzl/RMHA school competing in postseason basketball playoffs, saying that CHSAA’s decision forces the athletes to choose between their faith and their participation in postseason play, and noting that CHSAA gives an automatic accommodation to athletes whose

Faith groups say bill would mean loss of government funds, CO

Religious groups are urging state lawmakers to kill a bill they say would force them to choose between hiring people who share their faith or accepting government money. Representatives of Catholic Charities, Focus on the Family, the Denver Rescue Mission and Avista Adventist Hospital gathered at the Capitol Wednesday to oppose the measure (House Bill 1080). It states that religious

Anti-Defamation League Reacts To Assault

KGWN TV Witnesses to an assault last Saturday here in Ft. Collins are saying one of two white men yelled a racial slur before leaving their victim, and that triggered the Anti-Defamation League to react. According to Ft. Collins police a 50 year old black male was physically and verbally harassed and assaulted after leaving this 7-Eleven in the 500

Anti-Defamation League condemns weekend attack

Coloradoan By: Sara Reed The Anti-Defamation League on Tuesday condemned a possible bias-motivated crime that occurred in Fort Collins Saturday night. Bruce DeBoskey, the ADL’s Mountain States Regional Director, said Colorado is “no place for hate.” “Perpetrators of hate crimes send a message to their victims – and everyone else who shares the victim’s characteristics – that minorities are not