Lee Hill joined Colorado Public Radio in May 2011 as a PIN analyst and reporter. He is responsible for managing CPR's PIN, reporting on public experiences and perspectives, and introducing listeners to Coloradans who want to share their stories.
Colorado Public Radio has been reporting on race gaps in Colorado in partnership with I-News Network, a nonprofit investigative news service. I-News studied census data from 1960 to 2010 and found that blacks and Latinos are falling behind whites in education, income and homeownership. It's an important story because Colorado was once a national model for minority progress.
PIN took a lead role in CPR’s coverage of President Obama’s State of the Union address. About 24 hours ahead of the speech, we reached out to PIN sources asking them 1) if they’d be watching and 2) whether they “connected” with the president’s outlined priorities (released by the White House in advance of the... Read more »