Day of Remembrance 2015

“We’re very, very diligent to these issues of race in America.” Gil Asakawa, a board member with the Mile High Japanese American Citizens League says one of the legacies of the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II is […]

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Vietnam war helicopter at History Colorado

A group of Vietnam veterans gathered at the History Colorado Center last week to assemble a helicopter that was used by the US military during the Vietnam war. The helicopter is part of the upcoming 1968 exhibit at the museum […]

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How to talk to your kids about race

The idea of race is a significant part of American culture. It affects many aspects of people’s lives:  the places they live; the people they hang out with, date and marry; and the schools they attend. Because the idea of race […]

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History Colorado Center: Food through the ages

The History Colorado Center is hosting an exhibit looking at food through the ages and food around the world. KGNU’s Dave Ashton spoke with Rebecca Laurie with History Colorado about the Food: Our Global Kitchen Exhibit which runs until September 1st. (photo: History Colorado, […]

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