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The Lasting Legacy of 1963: What Now?
The Colorado Historical Society
With Dr. Vincent Harding
Sheldon Steinhauser and other human rights leaders conclude our series with a behind-the-scenes look at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and clips from the film Eyes on the Prize. We close by looking at how the events of 1963 inspired not just the rest of the Civil Rights Movement, but other equal rights movements throughout the world.
This has already taken place.
Cost: $4 members; $5 general public
Reservations: Required. Tickets may be purchased or by calling online 303-866-2394.
Visitors have several parking options. The Civic Center Cultural Complex garage is located directly across the street from the History Colorado Center at 12th Avenue and Broadway. Enter on 12th Avenue, just west of Broadway. Parking rates, which start at $1 per hour, are posted inside the entrance. Electric vehicle charging stations are available on 3rd floor. Charging at these stations is currently free with paid admission to the garage. If you have questions please contact the Parking Manager at 303-607-9093.
Covered public parking is also available on weekends and after 6 pm weekdays in the Colorado Judicial Parking Facility on the north side of the History Colorado Center at 1255 Lincoln. Enter on Broadway just north of the main museum entrance. Metered spaces are located along Lincoln, 12th Avenue, and the west side of Broadway. Surface lots are also available nearby.
Designated accessible parking is available in the Civic Center Cultural Complex garage (enter on 12th Avenue, just west of Broadway) and the public garage at 1255 Lincoln (enter on Broadway just north of the main museum entrance). A reserved handicap loading area is located on the south side of the History Colorado Center along 12th Avenue.