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During the month of February, we honor the achievements of Black Americans and recognize their important role in all aspects of our society. Learn more…
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, we remember the victims. As painful as it is to recognize the horrors of the Holocaust, we remember—and promise to never forget.
On August 26 each year, our country recognizes Women’s Equality Day in honor of that same date in 1920. Find out more about this defining moment in US history.
March 31 is César Chávez Day, which was proclaimed in 2014 by former President Barack Obama. Today, we honor his legacy and impact.
Wednesday is International Women’s Day. Read more about this global celebration of women’s history and the continued movements for gender equity and inclusion.
November is National Native American Heritage Month, an annual celebration of the rich ancestry and traditions of the indigenous peoples of the United States.
This Sunday is the first time we’ll celebrate Juneteenth as both a federal and state holiday in Colorado. It’s a day that should be recognized by all Americans.
As the world celebrates PRIDE month in June, staff and faculty at FRCC took time to reflect on what PRIDE means to us as a college community—and as individuals.