This exhibit from CU’s Norlin Library presents some key moments in Mexican-American and Chicana/Chicano history. It focuses on discrimination and resistance in the Southwest as well as contributions to our country.
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Cara Luchies shares classroom exercises that can be used in conjunction with workshop/BCLHP material.
Dr. McIntosh explores immigration from Mexico prior to 1940 including with an emphasis on the motivations and struggles of miners and farm workers.
Social Life, Entertainment and Sports
The rich cultural life of Latinos is explored with a focus on social entertainment and sports.
Professor Marjorie McIntosh’s presentation covers aspects of education regarding Latinos in the Boulder and Longmont areas.
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Religion and KKK
Explore the history of KKK in Boulder County from a religious standpoint.
An examination of current issues facing Latinos. An emphasis is placed on discrimination faced by young Latinos.
Los Seis de Boulder
Six Latinos were killed in a 1974 bombing in Boulder. Their story and the mystery is explained.
Latino Farm Workers
Powerful personal story of migrant workers and their children using real artifacts, tools, documents and folders.
Chicano Civil Rights Activity
50’s, 60’s & 70’s activism in Boulder County runs parallel to civil rights activities across the county.