Remembering Ludlow Today - History Colorado Center

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One hundred years ago, a mining strike in southern Colorado ended in violence and tragedy.  The Great Coal Strike and the Ludlow Massacre were watershed events in Colorado history. Why is it important to remember this conflict? How does Ludlow continue to shape our lives today? History Colorado's Dr. William J. Convery will lead a panel discussion on the legacy of Ludlow.

Panelists include:

  • Thomas Andrews, Associate Professor of History at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and Faculty Affiliate of the Center for the American West
  • Fawn Amber Montoya, Associate Professor of History and Director of Chicano Studies Program at Colorado State University, Pueblo.
  • Major Adam Morgan, Colorado National Guard Historian
  • Robert Butero, Director of the United Mine Workers of America, Region 4.