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FRCC Divided? A Student’s Perspective
FRCC student Rhonnie Crutcher expresses her frustration with the administration. Continue reading FRCC Divided? A Student’s Perspective
What is FRCC Westminster’s Sociology Club?
As the semester gets underway, Westminster Campus’s Sociology Club is eager to welcome new members. We are widely recognized as an excellent organization for anyone, regardless of major and prior knowledge of sociology, who is passionate about social justice, making the… Continue reading What is FRCC Westminster’s Sociology Club?
In Honor of All Women Everywhere
In Honor of Women’s History Month, We are honored to present a video by Jelena Estrada, founder of the FRCC Westminster organization, “The Broadened Narratives Book Club”. Continue reading In Honor of All Women Everywhere
Black Voices Matter
By FRCC (Westminster) Sociology Club members and FRCC Students: Tiana Haussler, Janessa Gourdin, Miranda Lester, Garrett Spellman, and Maddie Stallman The incorporation of Black History Month originated with a call to bring awareness and celebrate Black culture in 1926 by… Continue reading Black Voices Matter
An African American’s Past, Present, and Future
I wandered into the Newman Center of Performing Arts at the University of Denver on a somewhat chilly Oct. 4 night. Upon arriving, I immediately saw my dance teacher, and she suggested that I could go find my seat. Continue reading An African American’s Past, Present, and Future