Together, as Skyhawks, we strive to create an inclusive community. By actively seeking to understand the diverse backgrounds of our community members and celebrating our collective contributions to campus life and learning, we become agents for change in creating a more equitable world.
The Diversity Collaborative supports affinity groups on campus and academic inclusivity within projects like the Literacies, Inclusion & Transit project, backed by a sizable grant from the Mellon Foundation.
An academic and resource center for Native American students at FLC.
Experience the the richness and diversity of Hispanic traditions at FLC.
An enriched Black experience within the FLC community.
A welcoming and safe space for LGBTQIA+ students, faculty, staff, and allies.
We are committed to creating a welcoming, supportive, and respectful environment for all, including students who have immigrated here, with or without documentation.
Gyana is from Uruapan, Michoacán, but she’s spent more than half of her life in Durango! Gyana’s favorite part about her job is working with the fantastic students at FLC and celebrating the diverse cultures on campus. You can find her dancing, acting in local productions, paddle boarding, traveling, snowboarding, or doing acro-yoga at a park in her free time.
As a graduate of FLC, Rexine holds a BA in Public Health. Rexine’s public health work includes pandemic response for the Navajo Nation, where she trained and coached a workforce of community members and volunteers for contact tracing, an internship at Shiprock Indian Health Service, and 15 years of financial literacy coaching for a not-for-profit institution.
Rexine is Diné (Navajo) from the town of Kayenta, Arizona. She is Naakaii dine’é (The Mexican Clan), born for Táchii’nii (Red Running Into The Water People Clan). Her maternal grandfather is of the Kinyaa’áanii (The Towering House Clan), and her paternal grandfather is Tł’ízí łání (Many Goats Clan).
Al is a Fort Lewis College graduate originally from Bentonville, Arkansas, with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. As a trans-non-binary individual, Al is passionate about supporting students in celebrating their authentic selves. They use their background as a lobbyist, TEDX presenter, and SafeZone trained facilitator to advocate for creating safe spaces across campus- not just in the Diversity Collaborative’s centers."
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We are committed to creating a healthy, inclusive, and safe environment for our community members. If you have a concern, use our Campus Concern Reporting form.