The Colorado State University-Pueblo University Archives, with the assistance of Dr. Fawn-Amber Montoya and her Chicano studies classes, has an on-going oral history program. We seek to preserve the personal narratives of Latino men and women who served on the home front and overseas during World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the nation's most recent conflicts; Chicanas and Chicanos who were active in the Colorado Chicano Movement, especially in Pueblo, CO; and men and women who helped shape the history of Colorado State University-Pueblo as students, alumni, faculty, staff and in other roles.
This collection includes videotaped interviews with veterans of:
Transcripts are available for some of the interviews.
The Oral History archives also includes audio interviews with local Chicanos and Chicanas who were active in the Chicano Movement in Colorado.
If you are interested in telling your story relative to one of the areas above, please get in touch with us.