The Denver Forum

Location:

P.O. Box 387DenverColorado80201United States View Map

Revenue:

$2.4 Million

Employees:

12

Phone:

(303) 832-9030
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Description:

The Denver Forum is dedicated to the dialogue of democracy. That core belief was present at The Forum's inception in 1985 and remains, 26 years later, the driving principle of the organization. In faithful observance of that ideal, The Forum has presented more than 550 programs in the highest public interest. Last year The Forum offered programs featuring former United States Senator Alan Simpson, who came in his role as Co-Chairman of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform; Los Angeles Times reporter Tony Perry gave an in-depth assessment on Iraq and Afghanistan (based upon his 14 visits), Colorado's senior United States Senator Mark Udall talked about Congressional gridlock; Denver's new Mayor Michael Hancock made his first visit to The Forum; noted biographer John Farrell spoke about his book on Clarence Darrow; celebrated Texas attorney and author Talmage Boston spoke at The Forum's annual baseball luncheon, and both Governor John Hickenlooper and United States Senator Michael Bennett spoke at The Forum's 25th anniversary luncheon. In 2010 The Forum presented Mary Alice Williams, former network news anchor and a founding vice president of CNN; Jim Leach, the former Iowa Congressman who now chairs the National Endowment for the Humanities; Christine Brennan, sports columnist for USA Today; Gary Hart, the former U.S. Senator and presidential candidate; Ed Perlmutter, Colorado's 7th District Congressman; Helen Thorpe, author of, "Just Like Us: The Story of Four Mexican Girls Coming of Age in America", and Richard Reeves, the nationally syndicated columnist and presidential biographer.

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