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Diverse Fort Collins

Diverse Fort Collins is a volunteer-driven community project advocating for antiracism and racial equity. We connect people with resources and each other.

Let’s co-create an inclusive community!

About Us

Our Mission

We advocate for racial equity in our community by connecting people with resources and each other through the website and book/podcast/film discussions.

The Advisory Committee comprises many facets of our community, and collaborates with the Executive Director on strategic planning and programming.

You Can Make a Difference

Give

Giving online has never been more secure, convenient or hassle-free. Your gift helps cover expenses and supports lively programming that responds to the needs of our community.

Volunteer

Get involved today. Sign up to volunteer and you will join a group of change-makers, a network helping to dismantle systemic racism in our community through education and awareness.

Learn

Read, grow, and make new friends in the process. Attend FREE Spanish Conversation Groups (beginning, and intermediate to advanced) and reasonably-priced classes for all levels.

Testimonials

What People Say

Every community needs a Diverse Fort Collins so we can learn, educate, and empower one another with open hearts, and be compassionate to everything around us.

Karen Wong-Brown

I always leave these meetings feeling better about the human race.

Tonie

Blog

Events & News

  • Community Voices: Diane Jones
    From “Transitioned” by Diane Jones. …when you are trans, there is nowhere to hide. Not that I want to hide, I am out and proud, but a large part of the status quo does not agree with it or understand it. I get pointed at, stared at, laughed at, whispered about, or just plain ignored. I hear comments like, “You see her over there? That’s a dude!” or simply a head shaking “Damn!”
  • Tell Your Story. Help Track Hate.
    Diverse Fort Collins condemns all anti-Asian American violence and harassment. Article: “Biden, Harris extend support to Asian Americans in wake of Atlanta shootings” “Silence is complicity. We cannot be complicit,” [President Biden] said. “We have to speak out. We have to act.” Want to help? Visit DFC’s Resources page for links to organizations providing informationContinue reading “Tell Your Story. Help Track Hate.”
  • Community Voices: Karen Wong-Brown
    “The Evolution of An Immigrant’s Dream” by Karen Wong-Brown. Almost three decades ago, a naïve 19-year-old came to Colorado State University in Fort Collins as a first-generation college student. My mother brought me to America for a better education. This was my first time away from home and I carried my mother’s dream of her daughter earning a degree…

Volunteer

We’re co-creating an inclusive community in which race and identity are not barriers to success.
Become a book group facilitator, help develop the website,
write a Community Voices guest commentary, or contribute to other projects.
Read the About page and contact us. We look forward to meeting you!