Twenty-one Front Range initiatives will receive $255,000 in funding from the Women & Girls of Color Fund. Meet our grantee partners.
Nicki Gonzales is a Denver native and Colorado’s first Latina State Historian. She aims to elevate the stories and histories of marginalized populations.
Guest blog by Marisa Page, she/her, Pawnee/Ponca/Comanche. Marisa is a citizen of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma and descends from the Ponca and Comanche tribes.
For Dr. Lofton, supporting education, health, and women and girls of color through her philanthropy is just instinctive.
Applications closed for the Front Range cycle of the Women & Girls of Color Fund earlier this month. As the advisory council reviews proposals to select our next group of incredible grantees, we look back on the first round of funding in the rural cycle this spring and share some highlights of our partners’ work.
Guest blog: Through the Women & Girls of Color Fund Advisory Council, I’ve had moving and impactful moments, as well as times of struggle, navigating the liminality between what is and what could be.
WFCO lobbyist Jennifer Miles summed up the 2021 Colorado General Assembly with one thought: “This was quite a session.”
Guest blog: We cannot expect Black women and women of color to navigate the path to racial equity alone.
Guest Blog: The Free Lifetime Education Initiative for Black Coloradans would help achieve sustainable racial and economic equity.
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