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Serving Colorado communicators with professional development, networking, recognition and advocacy since 1941.

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CPW has developed a resource the general public can use to help sort fact from fiction:  Tips for Spotting Misinformation. Please share with your contacts.

The 2021 NFPW contests for professional communicators and high school students are open for entries. See links under “Recognition” on toolbar.

 

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CPW Author’s Lunch brought wide array of local writing talent

November 7th, 2021|Comments Off on CPW Author’s Lunch brought wide array of local writing talent

The annual Colorado Press Women’s Author's Lunch often celebrates the local. This year’s event on Nov. 6 was particularly Denver. Among the three writers who addressed about 30 people – some via Zoom but most [...]

80th anniversary celebration mixes history with community journalism’s future

October 6th, 2021|Comments Off on 80th anniversary celebration mixes history with community journalism’s future

Linda Shapley's talk was 'broadcast' via Zoom. The hybrid celebration of Colorado Press Women’s 80th anniversary held at the Buell Public Media Center on October 2 was a mingling of the historic [...]

Archive of program announcements

October 3rd, 2021|Comments Off on Archive of program announcements

2021 Three Colorado authors to speak Nov. 6 at Buell Center Mystery, history and an award-winning collection of short stories are on tap as three local authors speak to Colorado Press Women and friends [...]

CPW members visit newspapers where their foremothers worked

August 8th, 2021|Comments Off on CPW members visit newspapers where their foremothers worked

About a dozen Colorado Press Women and friends visited newspapers in Canon City and Alamosa, Colorado, July 30 and 31 on CPW’s 80th anniversary to meet the editors and staff to present a plaque [...]