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Catadores Film

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Camara Jones Lecture

Camara Jones: Achieving Health Equity: Tools for a National Conversation on Racism

Videography by Ethan Crawford

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Ignite Denver 19

Ignite Denver 19 – February 26, 2015
Oriental Theater, Denver, Colorado

Videography & Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford
Editing by John Wilker

Ignite Denver 18

Ignite Denver 18 – October 9, 2014
Oriental Theater, Denver, Colorado

Videography & Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford

State of the Wild Symposium

State of the Wild Symposium: Experts from around the world meet to discuss various global conservation crises and explore solutions from a compassionate conservation lens.

Recorded and Broadcast Live by Ethan Crawford, University of Denver

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Pedro Noguera Lecture

Pedro Noguera: Challenging Racial Disparities in School
September 29, 2014 in the Boettcher Foundation Community Room, Craig Hall, Denver, Colorado

Videography by Ethan Crawford

 

Conexão Mundo Petrolina Pernambuco Brazil

Here are a couple of videos that show my amazing team of English coaches during the 2014 Conexão Mundo program in Petrolina, Pernambuco, Brasil. Many thanks to my teammates, students, all the administrators, teachers, and friends in Petrolina, and US-Brazil Connect for arranging the program.

Beat the Reaper Live Blues Rock & Roll February 2014

The eighth annual Beat the Reaper Concert
Videography by Ethan Crawford, RockyMedia

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Ignite Denver 16

Ignite Denver 16 – Feb, 20, 2014
Oriental Theater, Denver, Colorado

Videography & Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford

Russell Skiba Lecture

Dr. Russell Skiba presents Let’s Not Wait: Research-Driven Approaches for Reducing Racial Disparities in School Discipline
Hosted by the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work and Padres & Jóvenes Unidos

Videography by Ethan Crawford, Abbey Westphal, Allen Kopicko

Let’s Not Wait: Research-Driven Approaches for Reducing Racial Disparities in School Discipline

Dr. Russell Skiba, Professor and Director of the Equity Project at Indiana University, speaks about the history and root causes of racial disparities in school discipline, their consequences for student outcomes, and promising approaches to making schools safer and more equitable for all youth.

Recorded at the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work, Boettcher Foundation Community Room in Craig Hall.

Videography by Abbey Westphal, Allen Kopicko, Ethan Crawford

Slides for this lecture are available at http://goo.gl/as6DCR

Frank Biasi: GIS in the Rockies 2013 Keynote

Frank Biasi presents “Extending our Reach through Maps and Multimedia Integration,” the second keynote for the 2013 GIS in the Rockies Conference, held in Denver, Colorado on October 10, 2013.

Recorded and broadcast live by Ethan Crawford, RockyMedia

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James Fee: GIS in the Rockies 2013 Keynote

James Fee presents “How to Remain Relevant in the Age of Change,” the first keynote for the 2013 GIS in the Rockies Conference, held in Denver, Colorado on October 9, 2013.

Recorded and broadcast live by Ethan Crawford, RockyMedia

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Ignite Denver 15

Ignite Denver 15 – September 18, 2013
Paramount Theatre, Denver, Colorado

Videography and Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford

Ignite Denver 13

Ignite Denver 13 – February 27, 2013
Oriental Theater, Denver, Colorado

Videography and Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford

The Road Ahead 2012

“The Road Ahead 2012: Connecting Livable Communities”
Videography by Ethan Crawford, RockyMedia

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Ignite Denver 10

Ignite Denver 10 OFF THE WAGON – September 27, 2011
Hosted as part of the Great American Beer Series, in partner with Denver Off the Wagon and the 2011 Great American Beer Festival
Sherman Street Event Center, Denver, Colorado
Videography and Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford

Careful what you wish for

For the past several years I’ve been wishing for the return of old-school colorado summers, when the monsoons would sweep through each afternoon, cooling & cleansing the city and offering a sweet drink for my gardens.  Yet Each year Denver seems to get more and more dry, with less snow in the winters and less rain in the summers.

But this July has been different, bringing epic rains and breaking a few records.  Thus it appears that my longtime wish was granted, at least temporarily.  Our dry state is currently getting pounded with daily thunderstorms, bringing rain in amounts up to 3.5 inches of rain in as little as 90 minutes.

And two days ago, as I was celebrating my kickball team’s season finale with a sangria, I became stranded at Pasquini’s Uptown as a rainstorm brought walls of water into the area.  Unfortunately I drove that night (I never drive, my bike is my transport here).  But this time my car was parked directly out front, and as you’ll see from the video below, 17th Avenue was no place for a little car that night (even one with a big attitude).  The video hardly shows the reality – as it’s too dark, and too early in the storm to show exactly how high waters rose on July 12th.  There were trucks driving down the street, creating wakes like I’ve seen coming from double 200HP outboard boat engines.  My poor little subaru was flooded inside and out, and my insurance company tells me it’s probably beyond repair.

So, moral of the story: be careful what you wish for.  Epic rainstorms bring flooded engines and glove compartments.

Still, I say “bring it!” Colorado, I’m not backing down from this fight.  I will take any rainstorm you can deliver.

Ignite Denver 9

Ignite Denver 9 – June 21st, 2011
Oriental Theater, Denver, Colorado

Videography & Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford

Ignite Denver 8

Ignite Denver 8 – March 22, 2011
Oriental Theater Denver Colorado
Videography & Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford

Sankofa: Spirituals Project Performance

Sankofa, a cappella ensemble, part of the Spirituals Project

Recorded by Ethan Crawford, February 18, 2011

The Spirituals Project is dedicated to preserving and revitalizing the music and teachings of the sacred songs called “spirituals,” created and first sung by enslaved Africans in America in the 18th and 19th centuries. Through its diverse program of concerts, lectures and workshops, The Spirituals Project seeks to preserve and revitalize the music and teachings of the sacred songs called spirituals, which were created and first sung by enslaved Africans in America in the 18th and 19th centuries. (more…)