Community Conversation about Race and Ethnicity

Colorado Humanities and Arapahoe Libraries will host an online community conversation about race, ethnicity, and the power of listening April 7 from 6-7:30 p.m. MT. Participants will be invited to share their perspectives in guided, small-group discussions facilitated by Dr. Elizabeth Parks, author of The Ethics of Listening: Creating Space for Sustainable Dialogue. Parks is a dialogue and diversity specialist for the Center for Public Deliberation and assistant professor of communication studies at Colorado State University.


All Coloradans are welcome to register for this free event at


This event is part of “Changing the Legacy of Race & Ethnicity,” an ongoing series presented by Colorado Humanities and partners with the goal to encourage understanding and drive a broad discussion about the legacy of race in America and how to make changes now for a more just future. To learn more about the next event focused on Latinx equity, visit

Institute of Museum and Library Services
Colorado Department of Education, Colorado State Library