The New York Times called THE COLOR OF LAW “a powerful and disturbing history of residential segregation in America.” Join our book discussion on Oct. 4. FREE event.
Three Native guest speakers will kick off the July 26 discussion of THERE THERE by Tommy Orange with their thoughts on the novel: Gregg Deal, Amber Lane, and Jan Iron.
Diverse Fort Collins invites you to a thought-provoking online panel discussion and Q&A featuring three Black community members – Saja Butler, Phil Donaldson, and Anthony McGlaun.
The program will also feature musical performances by Mr. McGlaun and Ms. Butler, and a brief history of Juneteenth by Mr. Donaldson.
Event: “A Space to Process & Breath for Black Folx” (June 14)
Diverse Fort Collins invites you to this space to process and breath and find healing space in meditation with other African American and Black folx of all identities and abilities.
Larimer County’s First Latino District Court Judge: Juan G. Villaseñor
Growing up in Guadalajara, Mexico, I never imagined that I’d be the first lawyer in my family or the first Latino district judge in Larimer County.
While my grandmother wanted me to be an architect or an engineer, she would’ve been proud that I became a judge! …
Hello, friends! We hope you had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend. Here’s a different perspective of this holiday by the late historian Howard Zinn and “10 Things to Remember About Memorial Day.” WE’RE CULTIVATING COMMUNITY THROUGH BOOK DISCUSSIONS Thank you to the 20 community members who joined us via Zoom on May 17! It wasContinue reading “EVENTS: Join us for WHITE FRAGILITY on June 7 and THERE THERE on July 26”
Welcome to Diverse Fort Collins
Thank you for visiting Diverse Fort Collins, a volunteer-driven community project connecting people with resources and each other.
Only connect! That was the whole of her sermon. Only connect the prose and the passion, and both will be exalted, and human love will be seen at its height. Live in fragments no longer. – E.M. Forster April 18, 2020 Update – Diverse Fort Collins Hello, friends! How are you? We hope you andContinue reading “Spring Snow Photos, Random Acts of Kindness in FoCo, and Local News”
The third and final book discussion on White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo has been postponed until May 17. Watch for updates at http://www.DiverseFortCollins.com/events
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.