Photo of streets in Pueblo

Current Exhibition

Seeing Red

Seeing Red examines the history of redlining in Pueblo. Redlining, a term coined in the 1960s, arose from the Great Depression and was used to assess risk in the home-buying market. The name redlining comes from the use of red ink on maps to highlight hazardous neighborhoods. In this exhibit, visitors can examine a 1930s redlined map of Pueblo accompanied by primary documents that Pueblo real estate professionals used to justify their classifications. 

Photo of streets in Pueblo
Photo of streets in Pueblo
Photo of streets in Pueblo
Photo of streets in Pueblo
Photo of streets in Pueblo
Photo of streets in Pueblo
Photo of streets in Pueblo