Racism and Discrimination at the Lafayette Swimming Pool

JUNE 22, 2022 - AUGUST 14, 2022

Racism and Discrimination at the Lafayette Swimming Pool is a historical exhibit examining events in Lafayette during the 1930s, when the first Lafayette Swimming Pool was built and then shuttered. The exhibit, which features extensive research and photographs, highlights the brave efforts of Latina Rose Lueras, who fought for civil rights and justice in Lafayette in the 1930s.

List of collaborators:

Mr. Frank Archuleta, Ms. Rachel Hanson, Ms. Madelaine Vargas, Ms. Jessica Quintanilla, Prof. Marjorie McIntosh, Ph.D., Mr. Doug Conarroe, City of Lafayette, Lafayette Arts & Cultural Resources, Latino History Project, ARTS Lafayette, University of Colorado Public Outreach & Community Engagement, Lafayette Historical Society & Miner’s Museum.