Learn How to Facilitate Community Conversations

April 12 – 13, 2023, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The People’s Building
9995 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

This free training is  for individuals interested in facilitating community conversations on the topics of race, ethnicity, dying and grief, war and veteran experience, and change in rural Colorado. Training participants will learn about conversation facilitation, have an opportunity to practice new skills and techniques, reflect on and share their own beliefs and assumptions, and listen to beliefs, backgrounds, and experiences differing from their own. 

Potential participants should complete an application by April 5, 2023.

The Five States of Colorado Premieres in Denver

The Five States of Colorado will premiere in Denver April 6, 2023 with follow-up regional screenings throughout the state. Now in post-production, it will be made available as a free, streaming video or download to every public, school, and academic library in Colorado. Purchase tickets for the Denver premiere, 5:30 pm,  April 6, 2023, at the Denver Botanic Gardens, Sturm Family auditorium.

Colorado Humanities is seeking an energetic and detail-oriented person to support programs and administration. This is a part-time position. View the full job description here.

Changing the Legacy of Race & Ethnicity – Equity, Educators, and Workforce Transformation

Janiece Mackey led Dr. Rosanne Fulton, educator Tim Hernandez, and Vice President of Leader Development at Denver School of Science and Technology Public Schools Dr. Natalie Lewis in a discussion about equity lessons, educators’ creative responses to challenges, and freedom dreaming. Watch this intriguing panel presentation on our YouTube channel.


Inspiring conversation and exploration of our shared cultural heritage


Colorado Humanities forges program partnerships statewide to improve education, strengthen cultural institutions and enrich community life. Your contribution makes you an important part of it.