Exhibits in the Library

Holding Mother Earth Sacred

On exhibit from April 1 to June 8, 2014 in the Third Floor Gallery

A photojournalism exhibit about North American tribal communities developing energy resources while maintaining their traditions

Developing Energy Resources, Creating Sustainable Jobs, Honoring Indigenous Beliefs
This collaborative effort between Earl Dotter, Cindy Becnel, and four tribal communities illustrates the valuable contributions made by these sovereign nations in energy resource development (conventional, renewable, alternative), job creation and worker safety. It also honors tribal beliefs and initiatives that guide those communities towards tribal sustainability while "Holding Mother Earth Sacred." The exhibit concept and Interviews were created by Cindy A. Becnel.

Organized by the Center for Worker Health and Environment, Colorado School of Public Health

Earl Dotter, Photojournalist

Holding Mother Earth Sacred - Earl Dotter, Photojournalist

 


Honoring the Memory of Ludlow: 100 Years Later

On April 20, 1914, at Ludlow, Colorado, members of the Colorado National Guard  and representatives of the Colorado Fuel & Iron Company opened machine gun fire on a camp of 1,200 striking coal miners and their families. Between 19 and 25 people died in the fighting. The Ludlow Massacre remains one of the most significant events in US Labor History.

Organized by the Center for Worker Health and Environment, Colorado School of Public Health


Honoring the Memory of Ludlow: 100 Years Later 

 

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