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Collectively,
Black, Indigenous, and People Of Color

Taking action to decolonize systems and institutions, redefine our relationship to the movement, and liberate ourselves and our people.

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We, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)

have autonomy and power over our own lives and futures.

Our collective joy, gifts, stories, and cultural and ancestral practices are the life force that weaves our communities together. We can and will be our whole selves without fear of state-sanctioned and institutionalized violence. White supremacy must be abolished on all fronts.

Although we realize the importance of spiritual practices, we are not affiliated with any religion.

Money should be a tool of love, to facilitate relationships, to help us thrive, rather than to hurt and divide us. If it is used for sacred, life-giving, restorative purposes, it can be medicine. Money, used as medicine, can help us decolonize.

- Edgar Villanueva, from Decolonizing Wealth.

We appreciate you investing in our work, our people, and our futures.

Meet Us

Social change is a team effort

We are putting our intention and focus in these coming months on bringing our BIPOC communities together. We are in this work for the long haul. We need each other, our liberation is bound together. We are committed to building deep relationships, understanding, and aligned agendas within and across BIPOC communities of Fort Collins.

BIPOC healing is currently our priority.

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Johanna Ulloa Girón

Founder

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Andrew Naves

Founder

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Rahshida Perez

Director of Business Operations

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Jamie Rasmussen

Program Director

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Jennifer Larrota

Communications Coordinator

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"We are the dreams of our ancestors and the dreamers of a future where white supremacy is nothing but a bad memory".