(Denver, CO) Community College of Denver (CCD) President Everette J. Freeman will participate in “African Americans in Higher Education: The Colorado Landscape,” a community discussion held by the Losing Ground Community Education Project of the Colorado Black Round Table (CBRT). As the new African American president of CCD, Freeman will be asked to share his views on issues, opportunities and concerns in Colorado’s higher education system alongside African American faculty, staff and administrators from other Colorado colleges and universities.
In addition to the community discussion, the CBRT will also celebrate Women’s History Month, recognizing black women who have made outstanding contributions to a better black community as well as outstanding educators who have made significant contributions to higher education in Colorado.
The events will be held together on Saturday, March 15, at the Hiawatha Davis Recreation Center. For more information about the event contact John Bailey, 303-745-9649.
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