CANCELED: Pueblo workshops shed new light on Latino history

Pueblo community members and high school students are invited to register for a free two-day workshop that will focus on the essential role that Latino history played in Pueblo from their earliest days to the present. The workshop, sponsored by the Boulder-based Latino History Project, University of Colorado Boulder and Pueblo community leaders, is part of a collaborative, grassroots initiative that is making Colorado's Latino history and culture more accessible and visible.

CU Boulder faculty and students and the Latino History Project have been working with the Colorado State University-Pueblo Archives, El Pueblo Museum (History Colorado), Pueblo City/County District Library and Steelworks Center of the West to gather information about Pueblo’s Latino history and heritage, and have shared these primary resources on the project’s website.

The project originally started in Boulder County in 2013 and has now expanded to Pueblo, Trinidad and Alamosa, creating extensive online resources and offering teacher and community workshops for how to use them.  

For information and to register, contact Robert Donovan.

Saturday, May 9 at 9:00am to 4:00am

Rawlings Library, Ryder Room 100 E Abriendo Ave, Pueblo, CO 81004

Event Type

Workshop/Training

Interests

Outreach & Engagement

Audience

General Public, High School Students

College, School & Unit

Education, Arts & Sciences

Tags

history, latinohistoryproject

Group
Outreach and Engagement
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