June 30, 2016

“The buttons are a shorthand for the issues that Chicanos supported or fought against during the early movement years,” said Trujillo. “They were the Twitter feed of the 1970s.”

“I think my buttons represent the change that Chicanos want in our way of life,” said Trujil...

December 28, 2015

Historic Pueblo is featured in the national magazine “AppleSeeds” published by ePals Media, Inc/Cobblestone in its March issue according to Susan Buckley, editor. “The article is written by Pueblo author and researcher Deborah Martinez Martinez, “ Buckley added.

The iss...

December 10, 2015

The Western Research Librarian Charlene Garcia Simms offered to host a show of my doll collection in December. There were 47 dolls including a few from my sister and niece. The center doll in this photo is from Turkey and the doll in the very front is from New Guinea a...

August 4, 2013

The program will be held in the meadow near camp site #16 and below the camp host’s site #19. We suggest you bring chairs or a blanket to sit on. There is limited parking near the campground entrance if you need it, or the meadow is only a short walk from most of the o...

June 7, 2011

The Pikes Peak Library District hired me to do a summer program for them with the traveling giant map from National Geographic. The kids are sitting on this amazing 35’ X 60’ map and we walked across the continent from Canada to Mexico and east to west. It certainly gi...

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