Current Exhibition


This important exhibit analyzes the intersection of human, civil and economic rights for women. It explores complex and timeless issues through the stories of Colorado-based women groups and movements that pioneered local and national workplace shifts between 1914 and the 1980s.

Tickets Free entrance (tours of the museum cost extra)


Women protesters marching down street in Trinidad
 workers chained to plant's gate
Female workers at Western Steam Laundry in Denver
Teachers stand behind a group of students working at a switchboard