Join CDPHE and History Colorado for a Community Conversation about the History of Environmental Racism in Colorado on August 8 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the History Colorado Center, located at 1200 N. Broadway, Denver, CO 80203.
Experts will discuss the history of environmental racism in Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Boulder, Grand Junction, the San Luis Valley, Eastern Plains, Mountain Towns, and throughout Indigenous History.
Attend the meeting in person or online. History Colorado’s food vendor will be providing food and refreshments.
Please register. You can submit your questions for the panelists ahead of time or live.
Spanish interpretation will be available in person and online.
The History of Environmental Racism in Colorado report has a lot of great information and the report will be available for public comment soon.
This report and event are part of CDPHE’s work to identify “historically disproportionately impacted communities,” as defined in Colorado’s Environmental Justice Act (HB21-1266). This report is one tool that will help CDPHE to determine how to put in place the Environmental Justice Act.
We welcome all feedback. See you online or in person!