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To our Black community, we are with you. We hear you. The pain felt across our nation is at the forefront of our minds. KDUR has always and will always stand in solidarity with our Black community and we are fully committed to amplifying Black voices during this civil rights revolution and beyond. Giving the mic to overlooked voices is the very lifeblood of what we do. For over 40 years KDUR has been dedicated to celebrating diversity. We take pride in being a station that gives a safe platform for those voices to be heard. KDUR hasn’t always gotten it right but we promise to work harder and do better for the Black community. If you would like to share your voice please do so by reaching out to KDUR@fortlewis.edu. Black Lives Matter.
Many arts and culture organizations are suffering catastrophically from the COVID-19 crisis. Some are totally shut down, receiving little revenue. The Community Foundation is dedicating a few evenings this summer to pivot our focus to celebrate our community's love of all things arts-related. While we can't gather in person for our sixth-annual Community Concerts in the Rochester's Secret Garden, we invite you to create your own secret garden at home, tune in to KSUT or KDUR to enjoy music from some of our favorite local bands, and donate to support 10 important community arts organizations.
Go to Community Concerts Reimagined
KDUR and the Durango Herald have collaborated to highlight solutions to youth suicide in La Plata County. You can listen to this 10-part series on KDUR weekdays at 5:05PM 91.9 and 93.9 FM.
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Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Event date: 7/1/2020 5:00 PM Export event
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