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Now is the time to
Do the Work & Do 

"Do the Work" Courses: About

Education Programs

Now is the time we lean in, get uncomfortable, educate ourselves and do the work necessary to fight racism.

The courses & workshops created for this series are in direct response to the explicit and damaging

racism in our country. We must demand change and equity.

The curriculum of these programs are designed to inform and challenge participants

while creating space to seek greater understanding of the issues surrounding racism and how we 

'do the work' to fight discrimination.

15% of fees will be donated to one of the organizations highlighted on this page.

Participants choose which organization will receive their funds.  

If the fee makes this course unavailable to you,

please reach out to Becky to discuss fee options and opportunities.

Contact by emailing

"Do the Work" Courses: About
"Do the Work" Courses: About
Virtual Team Meeting

Two Week Program 

Understanding White Privilege &

Implicit Bias

One Time Program

Understanding White Privilege

"Do the Work" Courses: Opening Hours

One Time Program
An Introduction to Implicit Bias

"Do the Work" Courses: Opening Hours

Highlighted Organizations

Please review these organizations and decide which one you would like to receive 15% of your course fee.
You will select the organization at registration.

Pretty Brown Girl (PBG)

“Pretty Brown Girl (PBG) is an organization dedicated to educating and empowering girls of color by encouraging self-acceptance while cultivating social, emotional & intellectual well-being.
The belief is that by developing positive self-esteem and confidence while giving the gift of self-love, girls will be inspired to dream their biggest dreams!"

PBG’s K-12 D.R.E.A.M. Program Pledge:           

Dream Big

Remember That I Am Beautiful Inside and Out

Enjoy Learning & Laughing

Always Believe in Yourself

Make Healthy Choices

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Young Men Of Purpose

Led by Mr. Rico Wint, this is a Denver metro area-based enrichment program that focuses on promoting positive self-images and behaviors to African American and Latino middle/high school male students.

For over a decade, YMOP has delivered excellence to the lives of young men of color. We promote social-emotional wellness, leadership development, and academic success. We encourage our YMOP Boyz to live by our core values: Manhood. Integrity. Purpose. Our students have better behavior, higher academic success, and increased positive outlooks on life. Most importantly our Boyz graduate!

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by African American Policy Forum

Launched in December 2014 by the African American Policy Forum (AAPF) and Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies (CISPS), the #SayHerName campaign aims to bring awareness to the names and stories of Black women and girls who have been victimized by racist police violence, and to provide support to their families.

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Dr. Becky Broghammer

Workshop Facilitator

Dr. Becky Broghammer worked in Higher Education for 20 years in a variety of roles: teaching, mentoring, leading, and serving students and colleagues in student life, career services, student access, and equity & compliance. Becky taught and trained students, staff and faculty on topics including implicit bias, privilege, equity, and bystander engagement as an administrator & adjunct faculty member at Washington State University,
University of Northern Colorado and Kent State University.

Contact Becky via email (

if you are interested in setting up a course/workshop or conversation! 

"Do the Work" Courses: Welcome
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