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Basalt High School Commencement AddressBasalt High School Commencement AddressTextBasalt High School (Basalt, Colo.)
Type:Text
Subject:Basalt High School (Basalt, Colo.)
Description:Teacher Address to the Basalt High School Graduating Class
Head Student Speech, Graduation 2020 at Basalt High SchoolHead Student Speech, Graduation 2020 at Basalt High SchoolTextBasalt High School (Basalt, Colo.)
Type:Text
Subject:Basalt High School (Basalt, Colo.)
Description:Head Student Speech, Commencement Exercises, Basalt High School, May 2020
Photograph of Backyard GraduationPhotograph of Backyard GraduationStill ImageJefferson County Public Schools (Jefferson County, Colo.)
Type:Still Image
Subject:Jefferson County Public Schools (Jefferson County, Colo.)
Description:Backyard graduation ceremony complete with robe ceremony and national anthem, performed by a Jefferson County High School teacher for two graduates (of D’Evelyn Senior High and Wheat Ridge High School).
Pomp & Circumstances: Johnson & Wales University Denver Virtual CongratulationsPomp & Circumstances: Johnson & Wales University Denver Virtual CongratulationsMoving ImageJohnson & Wales University (Denver, Colo.)
Type:Moving Image
Subject:Johnson & Wales University (Denver, Colo.)
Description:Johnson & Wales University Denver presents a virtual message of congratulations from faculty and staff to graduates of the class of 2020. Submitted for inclusion in the Colorado State Library's Pomp & Circumstances Digital Collection, commemorating the unique graduation ceremonies of Spring 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic. [show more]
Vocal Tribute to the Smoky Hills High School Class of 2020Vocal Tribute to the Smoky Hills High School Class of 2020Moving ImageSmoky Hill High School (Aurora, Colo.)
Type:Moving Image
Subject:Smoky Hill High School (Aurora, Colo.)
Description:A vocal cover from Mia Damato, class of 2020, of the song Rise Up by Andra Day. It was filmed as a performance for Smoky Hill's virtual high school graduation, and as a tribute to the entire class of 2020. Submitted for inclusion in the Colorado State Library's Pomp & Circumstances Digital Collection, commemorating the unique graduation ceremonies of Spring 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic. [show more]
Changing the Gender Marker on a Colorado Driver's LicenceChanging the Gender Marker on a Colorado Driver's LicenceSoundTransgender people
Southern Colorado
Colorado
Rural communities
Drivers' licenses
Type:Sound
Subject:Transgender people
Southern Colorado
Colorado
Rural communities
Drivers' licenses
Description:"Identity documents are a major area of legal concern for transgender people. Beyond reasons of quality of life, convenience and even physical safety, IDs that match the gender marker of the person holding them are important in many simple day to day activities. The gender marker is the M or F listed as ‘Sex’ on a driver’s licence. Many transgender people have difficulty with, or avoid altogether, interactions that involve showing an ID because of the possible reactions of the person examining the ID and seeing someone who doesn’t match the picture or gender marker. Even going into a club or bar with an ID that doesn’t have a gender marker that looks like it matches the person showing the ID can create a situation where the ID checker has reason to believe it is a fake. This can lead to life-threatening and uncomfortable moments. Currently, not all U.S. states allow the gender marker to be changed on a driver's license according to the latest information from the Human Rights Campaign. In Colorado, the process requires form DR2083, Medical Information Authorization for Change of Sex Designation, to be picked up, in person, at a Colorado DMV office. In June of 2012, I went to the DMV in my rural town in Colorado where the DMV has only two clerks. I had picked up my form, in person, gotten the doctor’s signature and went back to turn it in. The following audio is the story of what transpired." -Kieran Hixon [show more]
Animal Crackers (Viviana)Animal Crackers (Viviana)
Description:As a child, I would ask my mom for a peso to buy some animal crackers. It didn't happen often. One time, my dad had just arrived from "El Norte," and we asked him for 50 pesos. He gave us 100 pesos, and we spent it all on animal crackers. Three kids with 300 pesos-worth of animal crackers lasted a long time. [show more]
Baby Chair from Godparents (Jorge)
Baby Chair from Godparents (Jorge)
Description:I received this baby chair when I was 6 months old as a gift from my godparents. It was bought in their native town of Morelia Michoacan, and brought to me in Tecate, Baja, California back in 1978. It is the only physical object, besides photographs, that I was able to bring when we migrated to the U.S. It is a connection with my culture, godparents, and many memories of different babies in the family using the chair (that's why it's a bit beat up). It reminds me of my godparents and my childhood memories, where this chair is shared by many in the family. Also, it is one of the few (if not the only) physical object that I owned in Mexico and still have today. [show more]
Chinese Marshals & Generals Poker Cards (Ed)
Chinese Marshals & Generals Poker Cards (Ed)
Description:I got these cards from China. I love cards, and I enjoy the game of chance. Everyone has access to a deck of cards; all barriers are removed. Kids' games to high stakes, like we see on T.V., are some representations of how universal a deck of cards can be. The same deck of cards can be used in different games across the world. It's so GREAT. [show more]
En Mis Zapatos (Maria)En Mis Zapatos (Maria)
Description:In 1990, when we lived in Mexico, my husband was in the States. I gave him an ultimatum to bring us to him. I sold the two horses we had. I saved the money and brought it with me in my shoes. Throughout the trip/journey back and forth to the border, I kept my money in my shoes for fear that our savings would be taken away. [show more]