All Welcome!


First things first: Land Acknowledgement

Colorado State University collaborated with students and staff of the Native American Cultural Center and the native community on a land acknowledgement for university events “as a statement of truth, gratitude and respect.”

Diverse Fort Collins appreciates this land acknowledgement and shares the link above as a show of support for efforts to advance racial justice, racial equity and racial healing.

(One size does not fit all. Definition of health equity by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Definition of racial equity by the new Race Forward.)

Diverse Fort Collins is your website for resources and community—all things related to diversity, equity and inclusion.


The website will feature links to resources, businesses, community organizations and events (including upcoming book group discussions. See the Events page for details here).


And follow our Facebook page, Instagram account @DiverseFortCollins, and Twitter @DiverseFoCo. Continue the conversation with #DiverseFortCollins and #DiverseFoCo

We look forward to hearing from you!



Diverse Fort Collins editors seek guest blog posts of no more than 600 words about what it’s like to live, work, and play in our community. Deadline is one week before the publication date. We publish posts on first and third Tuesdays.


  • Include your guest blog post in the body of the mail. No attachments.
  • 12 point type, Times New Roman
  • Double-spaced
  • Include a suggested title
  • Include a bio of no more than 50 words. If your guest blog post is selected for publication, we’ll ask for your portrait but it’s not required.
  • Please use language that is respectful and inclusive

Read sample essays here:


This website is an independent, grassroots, community effort. We seek volunteers for strategic planning, events, website design, writing, editing, fundraising and other projects.

Please direct submissions, comments, and questions to DiverseFoCo@gmail.com. We’d love to hear from you!


La obscuridad no puede combatir la obscuridad; sólo la luz puede hacerlo.
El odio no puede combatir el odio; sólo el amor puede hacerlo.

Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.
Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.

– Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968)


Photos of “Love Not Fear” and “America Means All of Us” by Diverse Fort Collins
Photo of “Love is color” mural by Chris Barbalis on Unsplash