Equity Indicators Project: The City of Fort Collins seeks feedback from community members on what measures it should track in the equity/diversity/inclusion space. Along with partner the CUNY Institute for State and Local Governance, the city is gathering community input to select equity indicators to track in a dashboard for increased accountability and resource alignment.Continue reading “City of Fort Collins Seeks Community Comments on Racial Equity, Diversity, Inclusion”
Fort Collins Interfaith Council and World Wisdoms Project present the fourth and final Town Hall on Thursday, Sept. 3 at 9 a.m. Mountain Standard Time (MST) featuring local BIPOC community groups including Diverse FoCo.
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.
Join Us on May 17 to Discuss Chapters 9-12 of WHITE FRAGILITY! We will meet virtually via Zoom and break out into small groups to discuss Chapters 9-12. There are two ways to register: (1) If you attended one or both of our previous WHITE FRAGILITY discussions, we have your email address on file andContinue reading “Final Discussion of WHITE FRAGILITY on May 17”
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”
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.
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.”
ALL WELCOME Thank you for visiting Diverse Fort Collins, a volunteer-driven community project connecting people with resources and each other. Read more about the Diverse Fort Collins Book Group below. As this website develops, you’ll see lists of community organizations, ethnic businesses (such as restaurants that specialize in the cuisine of other countries) and businessesContinue reading “Welcome to Diverse Fort Collins”