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 WhiteContinue reading “Diverse Fort Collins: Week of Feb. 14”
We have three talented facilitators – Jamie, Jessica and Mia – who will guide small-group conversations during our Jan. 26 Diverse Fort Collins book discussion of Chapters 1-4 of White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo.
Some groups will be geared toward teenagers, LGBTQIA+, people of color, etc. if there’s interest among attendees.
Join us at the accessible first floor meeting space of Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House.
모두 (모든 민족을) 환영합니다 (All Welcome)
다채로운 포트 콜린스에 오신 것을 환영합니다 (Welcome to Diverse Fort Collins)(Korean)
¡Bienvenido a Diverse Fort Collins! Su sitio web para obtener información, recursos y eventos relacionados con la diversidad, la equidad y la inclusión en Fort Collins, Colorado.
Una oportunidad para involucrarse en Diverse Fort Collins es unirse a nosotros para discusiones grupales de libros. Lea los detalles sobre la próxima reunión del grupo de libros en la página Eventos.
Join Diverse Fort Collins for book group discussions of White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo in January, February and March.
Community members of various backgrounds braved frigid temperatures to attend the Diverse Fort Collins Book Group on Oct. 27 at Wolverine Farm! We discussed our favorite characters from the novel The House of Broken Angels by Luis Alberto Urrea as well as themes of identity and family.
Looking forward to see you all at Wolverine Farm for the book group discussion of THE HOUSE OF BROKEN ANGELS. Event details: https://www.facebook.com/events/388693651788320/?ti=icl Questions? Email DiverseFoCo@gmail.com
UCLA and Columbia Law School Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw gave a dynamic and thought-provoking keynote speech on Oct. 14 at CSU’s Diversity Symposium, “Thirty Years of Theorizing Justice: Intersectionality, Critical Race Theory, and Contemporary Challenges.”
When my husband and I moved to Fort Collins in 1992, we experienced very little culture shock. Fort Collins was a lot like Boise, including a lack of diversity. After a few months here, I asked a new friend, “Why doesn’t anyone here ask me if I’m Basque?” To which she replied, “What’s a Basque?” I was shocked.
Hello, friends! Diverse Fort Collins took a couple of field trips to Denver and Boulder last week to check out these great arts & culture offerings: The 30th Annual Denver Art Museum (DAM) Friendship Powwow & American Indian Cultural Celebration featured dancers, drum groups, artist booths and more. The Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD)Continue reading “Diverse Fort Collins Update: Week of Sept. 17, 2019”