After a year on display in Denver, the collection of portraits and stories honoring women of the Southwest will move to Trinidad.
DENVER — Nearly all of us have likely had an influential woman in our lives. It could be your mom, aunt, or sister. Maybe a professor, neighbor or mentor.
After a year in Denver, an exhibit honoring inspirational women in the Southwest will soon close at History Colorado.
“One of the main women that I wanted to preserve their stories was my Auntie Lucy who they called the tía of Galapagos Street,” said Dr. Renee Fajardo, director of the Journey Through Our Heritage program at MSU Denver.
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