Corn Mothers Project Makes An Iconic Return

Our guests this morning are poet Norma Johnson and human rights advocate Dr. Renee Fajardo to talk about the long-awaited return of the Corn Mothers 2022: Inspiring Women of the Southwest History Colorado exhibit. The exhibit features artistic photographs and […]

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Tiny Library Concert Series

“We’ve got a really vibrant local music scene, and so we are providing a venue to support musicians.” -Megan Friedel, Coordinator of the Tiny Library Concert Series. History Colorado’s Tiny Library Concert Series features local Colorado musicians in the unusual and […]

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Preserving Diverse Historical Sites in Colorado

The Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation is asking the general public to help identify historic places of diversity. Erika Warzel, National and State Register Historian with History Colorado, says it is an effort to recognize and celebrate Colorado’s diverse […]

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Patty Limerick: New State Historian

“There are unnecessary troubles that come into play because we don’t harvest the lessons of the past.” Governor John Hickenlooper has named CU-Boulder Professor Patty Limerick to serve as the new Colorado State Historian. Limerick co-founded the Center of the […]

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Dot Org: Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame

The Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame is dedicated to recognizing and preserving the history of the accomplishments of past and present Colorado women. Board Chair, Betty Heid, talks with host Nikki Kayser.    

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Metro: The Legacy of Colorado’s Hippie Counterculture

Colorado State Historian Bill Convery talks about the “1968: The Year That Rocked History” exhibit at History Colorado, the evolution of hippie counterculture, and alternative ways that emerged at that time in the U.S. to address what was happening around racial, social, political, and anti-war […]

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1968: The Year America Changed

“1968 was one of the most traumatic, the most exciting and the most influential years in American history.” B. Erin Cole, the Assistant State Historian at History Colorado says that in 1968, America changed, fragmented and became a different place.“All […]

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