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Chris Bohjalian to visit Fort Collins this November 1st at 2:00 pm at the Hilton. Fort Collins Reads has chosen “Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands” by Chris Bohjalian for its 2015 one-city, one-book program. Bohjalian (pronounced Bo-jail-yen) will speak at 2 … Continue reading
Don’t forget to gather for the last book club for 2015 at 6 at MAZA KABOB. Charlotte will facilitate the Ft Collins reads book.
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DATE BOOK AUTHOR FACILITATOR Feb 24 Killers of the Dream Lillian E. Smith Lester Washington Mar 24 A Free Man of Color Barbara Hambly Charlotte Miller April 28 The Last Day Glenn Kleier Christiania May 26 Monique and the Mango … Continue reading
Jan. 28 Select books for 2014 Feb. 25 Middlesex/Jeffrey Eugenides Adina Dumitrache March 25 Native Son/Richard Wright Shedd Farley April 22 Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet/Jamie Ford Caroline Farley May 27 Why be Happy When You Could … Continue reading
Sept 23: Fort Collins Special Guest: Kit Chalbert from the Dept. of Justice Community Resource Department
Not to be missed! On Sept 23rd, C. Kit Chalberg from the Dept. of Justice Community Resource Dept. will be in Ft. Collins . For information email Cheryl Beckett (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 493-1495.
September 16-18 The Office of the Vice President for Diversity is pleased to announce 14th Annual Diversity Symposium to be held Sept 16-18 in Lory Student Center. This year presenters will focus sessions on trending topics of diversity in higher … Continue reading
Looking for Justice: Unaccompanied Children in the U.S. When a “Migration problem” becomes a Humanitarian Crisis Saturday September 20th 3:00 pm Coloradoan Meeting Room 1300 Riverside Drive Fort Collins, CO According to the UN Report, “Children on the Run,” as … Continue reading
Marshalltown, Building An Inclusive Community A major goal of this convening will be to launch the Gold Star Cities Campaign to recognize towns that are implementing sustained hate prevention on a community – wide scale. Ft Collins already has several … Continue reading