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The nonprofit Citizens Project recently launched its annual multimedia campaign, which aims to provoke thoughtful and productive conversations about much of the hate, vitriol and discrimination being witnessed across the nation an in Colorado. Earlier this month, hundreds of many different faiths and races rallied in support of a local Jewish temple. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
The Cheyenne Mountain Resort announced Wednesday it is canceling a three-day conference planned by the white nationalist group VDARE. Photo courtesy Cheyenne Mountain Resort.
Confederate Monument Protest
In this frame from video, Jason Kessler, a blogger based in Charlottesville, Va., speaks to the media on Sunday, Aug. 13, 2017. Kessler, who organized the rally in Charlottesville on Saturday that sparked violent clashes between white supremacist groups and counter-protesters tried to hold a news conference, but a crowd booed him and forced him away from the lectern. (AP Photo)
FILE - Sylvia Sedrak, left, and Kasi Carter buy lunch from a food truck Wednesday, May 15, 2013 in downtown Colorado Springs. (Gazette file photo)
Voter support for reinstating a stormwater fee is increasing, says a new poll commissioned by Invest in Colorado Springs, a consortium of local groups. Gazette file photo.
Janusz Sitarz works Friday, April 11, running tests on the "generator exciter" for the soon to be completed Tesla Hydroelectric Plant at the Air Force Academy. Reis photo
New hydroelectricity plant would supply renewable energy to Fort Carson through Colorado Springs Utilities. (Photo by: Mark Reis)
SERTOMA GUN SHOW
Colorado Springs Gun & Knife Show is being held at the Colorado Springs Event Center, 3960 Palmer Park Blvd this weekend. (2013 File photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette)
COLORADO CLASSIC
The peloton passes the iconic sight of Garden of the Gods during Stage 1 of the Colorado Classic in Colorado Springs on Thursday, August 10, 2017. (Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette)
Colorado Springs Park and Rec workers Rico Barela, left, and Dominic Archuleta install skate stops Thursday, June 6, 2017, on the benches at the City of Colorado Spring's newest park, John Venezia Community Park, at the corner of  Briargate Parkway and Union Blvd.. The grand opening of the ranch-themed park will be Saturday.  The park will feature three large pavilions, three multi-use artificial turf fields, one in-line hockey rink, one basketball court, six tennis courts and four pickle ball courts. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Colorado Springs Park and Rec workers Rico Barela, left, and Dominic Archuleta install skate stops Thursday, June 6, 2017, on the benches at the City of Colorado Spring's newest park, John Venezia Community Park, at the corner of Briargate Parkway and Union Blvd.. The grand opening of the ranch-themed park will be Saturday. The park will feature three large pavilions, three multi-use artificial turf fields, one in-line hockey rink, one basketball court, six tennis courts and four pickle ball courts. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Colorado Classic
The leaders head up a hill while storm clouds brew on Mesa Rd. during the Colorado Classic on Thursday, August 10, 2017. -(Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)