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A PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF COLORADO: FROM SAN LUIS TO LEADVILLE TO LUDLOW   

This course will explore the history of our state through the stories and perspectives of working class and immigrant communities. We will examine many parts of the state, considering how different communities struggled for social change in often hostile social and political landscapes. The communities that we will explore include the San Luis Valley, Pueblo, Denver, Greeley, Leadville, Telluride, and the Western Slope, looking closely at the lives of workers and immigrants in these communities.

Recommended Book: Vigil, Ernesto. The Crusade for Justice: Chicano Militancy and the Government’s Wars on Dissent. 1999.

 
  • A PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF COLORADO: FROM SAN LUIS TO LEADVILLE TO LUDLOW
  • Fee: $65.00
    Item Number: s24HEC105401
    Dates: 4/4/2024 - 5/9/2024
    Times: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    Days: Th
    Sessions: 6
    Building: Online - On Campus
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    Instructor: James Walsh
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