Documentary on racism asks: ‘Fort Collins: Choice City…. For Whom?’

A documentary about racism in Fort Collins titled “Fort Collins: Choice City…. For Whom?” will be shown in CSU’s Behavioral Science Building, Room 13, on Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. CSU Screening FINAL

The documentary addressing racism in Fort Collins was produced by Betty Aragon-Mitotes, a local community activist, and directed by Shari Due of Be Reel Pictures. There have been a few showings throughout town (including one at CSU in the fall), and each has had a sold-out or standing-room-only turnout.

This event is sponsored by CSU’s Robert Noyce Scholarship program, which is designed to recruit and train high-quality STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) teachers to work in high-need districts, such as the Alliance Schools. Information on the scholarship can be found at The application deadline is March 4.