Pikes Peak Diversity Council

Over the years Cat’s Imaging & Design has had the privilege of working hand in hand with the Pikes Peak Diversity Council.

The mission is to connect, include and engage all citizens in the diverse and rich culture that exists in our community and region. You can learn more at www.ppdiversitycouncilinc.org.

Who is the PPDC?

Formerly known as the Colorado Springs Diversity Forum, the Pikes Peak Diversity Council, Inc., rebranded to reach to all the Pikes Peak Region.

Cat’s Imaging & Design was happy to help in the rebranding, as well as all the events hosted and produced by the PPDC. This included several free concerts, festivals, street events, fund raisers and more

Poster created to promote the MLK Rally and March Jan. 21 2019

Martin Luther King Jr.

For 5 years CI&D has been at the forefront of every march put on to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. and the legacy he left behind.

No, Really. The lead in the march. No march is complete without posters, signage and banners. CI&D has designed all of it.

Fannie Mae Duncan Dedication Poster 2019

Fannie Mae Duncan Statue

Fannie Mae Duncan (1918-2005) was an African-American entrepreneur, philanthropist, and community activist in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
To immortalize the legacy she left behind, a bronze statue was commissioned from Lori Kiplinger Pandy, a Fort Collins-based artist.

Everybody Welcome

Fannie Mae Duncan was best known as the proprietor of the Cotton Club, an early integrated jazz club in Colorado Springs. To promote inclusiveness, she had a permanent sign in the club’s window, “Everybody’s Welcome”

The PPDC honors her legacy by holding all inclusive events and concerts, free and open to the public.

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