Diverse Fort Collins: Week of Feb. 14

Hello, friends!

Happy Valentine’s Day! Be sure to tell a loved one how much you appreciate them.

We have so much great news to share with you.

Our Jan. 26 book discussion drew about 45 folks!

Thanks to all who joined us to discuss Chapters 1-4 of White Fragility: Why Its So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo.

We packed the upstairs Event Hall and the first floor with six small groups. Thank you to Mia, Jessica, Jamie, and Katherine for volunteering as “guides” for these discussions.

Join us in a NEW location on Feb. 23 for conversations about Chapters 5-8! Details and RSVP at http://www.DiverseFortCollins.com/events


The Jan. 28 State of The City Address focused on equity, diversity and inclusion.

Check out Stacey Abrams’ website on fighting against voter suppression at http://www.DiverseFortCollins.com/vote

Did you attend the Jan. 20 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. March and Celebration? It was a beautiful day of camaraderie, social justice, inspiring speeches and performances.

Anna’s sign

Wendell’s sign


Here are a few of our most popular social media posts over the past few weeks.

Temple Grandin Equine Center


Marketing For Latino Business Owners (Fort Collins StartUp Week)

JLo and Shakira

The Punk Pan-Indian Romantic Comedy (Fort Collins Startup Week)

A Diverse Team: Employing Populations of All Abilities (Fort Collins StartUp Week)


Make new friends and discuss books!

Feb. 23 WHITE FRAGILITY book discussion #2 of 3 (Chapters 5-8)

March 22 WHITE FRAGILITY book discussion #3 of 3 (Chapters 9-12)

Mark your calendar for the 28th Annual Powwow on May 2-3 at Northside Aztlan Community Center. Everyone is welcome! Support Northern Colorado Intertribal Powwow Association.


Diverse Fort Collins is a volunteer-driven community project that connects people with resources and each other.

Join us and make some new friends in Fort Collins!

Get out the vote! It’s important for everyone to vote. If you’d like to help Diverse Fort Collins with voter registration, email us at DiverseFoCo@gmail.com with “Voter Registration” in the subject line.


If you’d like to help Diverse Fort Collins develop sponsorships to buy books for our book group, email DiverseFoCo@gmail.com with “Sponsorships” in the subject line.

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Born in 2019 in Fort Collins, Colorado. 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!

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