A woman of culture and compassion, Juanita Dominguez contributed much to the Chicano Movement of the 1970s. She wrote “Yo Soy Chicano”— the movement song that accompanied so many activities and occasions throughout the Southwest—and published numerous articles about her community. Poet and educator Flor Lovato will expand on Juanita Dominguez’s contributions both prior to and during the movement.
Bold Women. Change History: Join the conversation with this 9 part lecture series. Bold Women. Change History. features scholars, authors, and history-makers who illuminate the rich history of voting rights, the inspirational contributions of women in Colorado and the nation, and the amazing innovations that happen when we knock down barriers and prohibit discrimination.
Borderlands Lecture Series: The stories told in the Borderlands of Southern Colorado exhibits keep getting richer. Join authors, artists, scholars, and activists this fall as they deepen discussions and complicate narratives. All talks are free and open to the public.
Colorful Colorado: Come for bimonthly lectures at 1 pm on Mondays at the History Colorado Center. Local authors, History Colorado staffers, and guest speakers share stories about Colorado’s colorful past.