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In recognition of October as domestic violence awareness month, Response has organized a storytelling event on Thursday, October 18 at The Wheeler Opera House. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh spoke with executive director Shannon Meyer to learn more.

Nationally touring standup comedian Adam Cayton-Holland speaks to KDNK about peforming for tough crowds, how the Denver comedy scene has changed, his TV series called Those Who Can't on the TruTV network, plus the Colorado Rockies, Denver Comic Con, #MeToo, and his forthcoming book.

Between 1979 and 1992, homicide was the third leading cause of death among Native American women aged 15-34, reported Indian County Today in 2016. The Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women or MMIW movement has been working to raise awareness of the horror but has had difficulty fitting into the MeToo Movement. For this week's Sounds of the High Country, Graham Lee Brewer, contributing editor of Tribal Affairs for High Country News, talks to KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh about his recent story on MMIW and barriers facing Indigenous women as they speak out about violence and sexual abuse.

 

Here’s your community calendar for Tuesday, October 17, underwritten by the Mount Sopris Rotary Club. Rotary: Service above self. For today's happenings, like a candlelight vigil to honor Domestic Violence Awareness Month, follow the headline.

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KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh spoke with representatives for Response, an organization that addresses domestic violence and sexual assault locally.