Digital Publication

Colorado Heritage Magazine - Winter 2017/18

Walt Conley launched his career in the 1950s as one of Colorado's first performers of the folk revival—and saw that revival from the perspective of an African American man in a largely white scene. Another black pioneer, Azalia Smith Hackley temporarily set aside a burgeoning career as a musician and educator to make inroads into the predominantly white male world of journalism. And, get a look inside the thinking behind the latest History Colorado Center exhibition, Zoom In: The Centennial State in 100 Objects.