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Digital Collections

protest gathering with Mexican flag in the background

Many of the Archives' collections have been digitized and are available in the following locations:

CSU-Pueblo Digital Repository – includes photographs, oral history interviews, documents and other materials relating to university history, local history, and the Colorado Chicano Movement

Colorado Historical Newspaper Project – includes La Cucaracha, Pueblo Chicano Movement newspaper, and CSU-Pueblo Student Newspapers (Arrow, USC Today, Today)

Latino History Project – contains documents and photographs relating to the Colorado Chicano Movement

Colorado Chicano Movement History Portal – website pointing researchers towards materials relating to the movement in the CSU-Pueblo Archives, History Colorado and the Denver Public Library

Digital Public Library of America – includes CSU-Pueblo materials relating to the Colorado Chicano Movement

*Pictured above: UMAS activist Freddy Granado speaks to CU Boulder students, UMAS Collection.

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Get Ready for Fall 2020

Cross-campus plans have been developed that allow for in-person, hybrid, and online class experiences that will help you to tailor your schedule in a flexible way that meets your personal needs.

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