Now that you know about the growing disparity between whites and minorities in Colorado, what will you do with that information? Let us know at www.facebook.com/iNewsNetwork.
Here are just some of the possibilities you might consider:
- Lead a discussion at your home, place of worship, school, book club, service club or other organization. Host a community forum at your public library, community center or other public gathering space.
- Start a conversation on social media, such as Twitter or Facebook.
- Connect with an organization that addresses issues raised in Losing Ground.
Your local community foundation: http://bit.ly/COCommunityFoundations
Religious organizations, such as Catholic Charities: http://www.ccdenver.org/ or Thrivent Financial for Lutherans:
Colorado Legacy Foundation: http://colegacy.org/
Latin American Educational Foundation: http://www.laef.org/
Minority Enterprise & Education Development: http://www.meedcolorado.org/
Clinica Family Health Services: http://www.clinica.org/index.php
Center for African American Health: http://www.caahealth.org/page.cfm
Colorado Health Foundation: http://www.coloradohealth.org/
Open Door Youth Gang Alternatives: http://opendooryouth.org/
Criminal Justice Reform Coalition: http://www. ccjrc.org/index.shtml
Barbershop Talk: http://joinbst.com/
Aurora NAACP: http://www.auroracoloradonaacp.org/index.html
Latino Community Foundation of Colorado: http://www.rcfdenver.org/latinocfc/
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado: http://www.biglittlecolorado.org/
Florence Crittenton Services of Colorado: http://www.flocritco.org/
McDonnell Family Foundation: http://www.mcdonnellfoundation.org/
Your local Chamber of Commerce: http://bit.ly/COChambers
Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce: http://coloradoblackchamber.org/
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver: http://hispanicchamberdenver.org/