Molly Cotner

Pueblo, Colo.

Molly Cotner is a reporter for The Click. Based in Southern Colorado, her interests center on ethnography and narrative journalism. She currently works as a sociologist and university instructor. Molly earned her master’s degree in sociology from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs.

Stephany Rose Spaulding

May 14, 2023

An Unfinished Story: Stephany Rose Spaulding’s Journey of Making Change

“There's a lot of resiliency, particularly that Black women have to exert to get to where the world recognizes them as history makers, but they're making history almost every day,” Rev. Dr. Stephany Rose Spaulding said.

November 15, 2022

Washington State’s Ban on For-Profit Prisons in Danger as California’s Circuit Court Finds Similar Case Unconstitutional

(TACOMA, Wash.) — The GEO Group, one of the world’s largest for-profit prison companies,  is seeking to block a private prison ban in Washington state. A recent ruling in California could lend precedent in their favor. 

November 11, 2022

Colorado Legalizes and Decriminalizes Psychedelics

The passage of the bill is another example of Colorado voters supporting initiatives to legalize federally labeled Schedule 1 substances.

Kwon Atlas

November 4, 2022

Community, Journalism and Politics: A Q&A with Kwon Atlas

(DENVER) — Kwon Atlas wears many hats. He’s an entrepreneur, activist, politico and journalist. But around Five Points, the neighborhood he calls home, Atlas is best known as the guy who tackles big problems with creative solutions. 

Picture of playground

October 3, 2022

Pueblo School District 60 Parents Concerned About Temperatures in their Kids’ Classrooms

Parents of elementary school students in Pueblo School District 60 are concerned that their kids' health and safety is at risk because classrooms don’t have air conditioning during above-average heat waves.