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News from the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame

Interview with History Colorado CEO, Dawn DiPrince

Currently as chief operating officer, I have worked for History Colorado since 2012, formerly as the chief community museum officer as well as the director of nationally recognized El Pueblo History Museum. I truly believe in the transformative power that comes from...

Watch for CWHF Annual Events in 2020

Inspiration is the ‘calling card’ of CWHF Two years ago, during the CWHF annual strategic planning offsite, it was evident that in order to fully realize our mission, the organization needed to increase awareness throughout Colorado, tell the stories of our amazing...

We Say Thanks

Like every nonprofit organization, funding is our life blood. While CWHF hasn’t been consistent about its end of year fundraising campaign, we are getting better and advance planning and articulating a compelling case to give.     In 2019, so many of you were very...

Women’s Right to Vote

The year 2020 may be the Centennial of the 19th Amendment granting U.S. women the right to vote, but Colorado women actually blazed the trail and started voting 27 years earlier in 1893. Colorado was the first state to grant women the right to vote. Priscilla Walker,...

Women’s History Month – March 2020

Women’s History Month had its origins as a national celebration in 1981 when Congress passed Pub. L. 97-28 which authorized and requested the President to proclaim the week beginning March 7, 1982 as “Women’s History Week.” Throughout the next five years, Congress...

CWHF Featured at National History Day in Colorado

Reprinted from the National History Day in Colorado February Newsletter  Rhiannon Szobody is an eighth grader at Broomfield Heights Middle School. When she began looking for topic ideas for this year's theme Breaking Barriers in History, she was searching for a topic...

2019 Fall Elevate Newsletter

2019 Fall Elevate Newsletter

Letter From the Chair Dear Friends of the CWHF, This time of year always reminds me to be grateful. Grateful for my family and friends. Grateful for your trust in me to lead CWHF for the next two years as Chair. Grateful for how far the Hall has come in 2019....

2020 Inductees Announced

The Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame Names Inductee Class of 2020 Ten Extraordinary Women to be Inducted in March A Secretary of the Interior and Colorado State Attorney General, a journalist and publisher, a frontier physician, suffragists, journalists, educators, head...

Partnership: Colorado Encyclopedia and CWHF

The Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame is delighted to announce its partnership with the Colorado Encyclopedia, a digital encyclopedia to serve as a reliable resource for all those interested in the Centennial State.  Visit the Colorado Encyclopedia Conceived and developed...


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