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.
As we recognize Jewish American heritage and culture this month, it’s also time to remember the achievements of Jewish Americans right here in Colorado.
The 1979 presidential proclamation that declared Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week is a fitting tribute to the contributions AAPI people have made to the US.
As we honor women’s history, it’s important to look at our past—as well as the future. So we spent some time researching the achievements of these pioneers.
Join us for an analysis of the crisis in Ukraine with FRCC faculty member Ian Feinhandler, PhD. Dr. Ian Feinhandler, geography faculty member at Front Range Community College, will present an analysis of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In his talk, he’ll explore the Russian security concerns that led to the invasion of Ukraine. Feinhandler […]
You may know Rosa Parks as the Black woman who sat down on a bus and refused to give up her seat to a white man. But Parks was also an anti-rape activist.