Fort Collins Documentary “2020 Hispanic Community Voices: Impact of COVID-19” Premieres Tomorrow

From The Coloradoan, Jan. 28, 2021:

“Documentary shines light on COVID-19 in Fort Collins’ Hispanic community”
by Erin Udell

“A homegrown documentary showcasing the impacts of COVID-19 on Larimer County’s Hispanic community will premiere Sunday.

“2020 Hispanic Community Voices: The Impact of Covid-19” will be unveiled during a special Zoom premiere from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday [Jan. 31]. The film is presented by several community organizations, including Mujeres de Colores and the Interfaith Solidarity and Accompaniment Coalition (ISAAC) Fund.

Read more for details, registration, and watch the trailer.

Or read the Facebook event post for details and registration.


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Forty community members and new friends from Canada and the United Kingdom joined Diverse FoCo’s January 24 discussion of Ijeoma Oluo’s best-selling book. Many stayed for this group photo.

Thank you to the 40 community members who attended our January 24 discussion of So You Want To Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo!

We gathered in four Zoom breakout rooms to chat about Chapters 1-5 and Discussion Questions 1 and 2.

An affinity breakout room is available for Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color (BIPOC) at each at the three book group meetings.

We hope you will join us for the second meeting in this series on February 28 when our conversation will focus on Chapters 6-11 and Discussion Questions 3-4.

Attendance is open to anyone who has completed the assigned reading.

FREE and Pay-What-You-Can tickets available. Register here via EventBrite. Free tickets will sell out. Be sure to register TODAY.

Buy the paperback from Old Firehouse Books and receive a 20% discount when you mention Diverse Fort Collins Book Group. Include a note when ordering online.

Download the free Reading Guide and Discussion Questions or find them at the end of the book.

Chapter Six: Is police brutality really about race?
Chapter Seven: How can I talk about affirmative action?
Chapter Eight: What is the school-to-prison pipeline?
Chapter Nine: Why can’t I say the “N” word?
Chapter Ten: What is cultural appropriation?
Chapter Eleven: Why can’t I touch your hair?

Stay tuned for information on future events on discussions of podcasts, novels, and movies.

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!

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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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