Inductees in the News
Lauren Y. Casteel (2014) Honored by Anti-Defamation League
Lauren Y. Casteel was honored at 2018 Civil Rights Award from Anti-Defamation league on February 7th. The Civil Rights Awards Reception is a signature event of the Mountain States Region Anti-Defamation League which supports the critical work we do every day to fight bigotry, racism and anti-Semitism; advocate for civil rights; and respond to hate crimes and discrimination.
Oleta Crain (1988) Honored by U.S. Department of Labor
Oleta Crain was honored by the U.S. Department of Labor blog as an American Hero. This February, the Department of Labor remembers the exceptional life and career of Oleta Crain, a former regional administrator of the Labor Department’s Women’s Bureau.
Hattie McDaniel (2010) Play at Aurora Fox Arts
Hattie McDaniel was honored in a musical biography at the Aurora Fox Arts Center. “Hi-Hat Hattie” takes place backstage of an old theater where Hattie McDaniel recalls the incredible events of her storied show business life. Raised in Denver and a graduate of Denver East High School, the show details her journey from childhood, through her pain as a stunned widow, to becoming the graceful artist that never buckled under the restraints of appearance, gender or race.”Hi-Hat Hattie” is the funny and thought-provoking musical biography of a talented female artist, who would become the first black woman to win an Oscar for her iconic role as Mammy in “Gone with the Wind.”
Cleo Parker Robinson (1989)
featured Granny Dances to a Holiday Drum in December. The performance was a multicultural celebration that touches the hearts of people of all backgrounds, kindling the wonderment and magic shared across the winter holiday season. Each year, Granny highlights new stories from her rich life dancing around the world, making way for new twists and scenes for an artistically fresh production every time. No wonder it’s one of the city’s most beloved family traditions inspiring audiences both young and old through the universal language of dance! Granny Dances to a Holiday Drum
Induction 2018 recap coming in Spring Elevate Newsletter Read about our new inductees: Induction Gala – Inductees
The Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame (CWHF) Has Named New Board Member – Alexis Anderten
Alexis Anderten is the Director of Regulatory Compliance for Charter Communications. She is also involved with several community and industry groups. Alexis believes in the power of working together to provide a better community for all people.
CWHF Founder and former board member M.L. Hanson featured in Denver Urban Spectrum – page 19
Podcasts – Extraordinary Radio Interviews by Kami Guildner
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Winner of WorldForward contest to attend 2018 CWHF Induction Gala Snapchat Contest for Colorado Teenage Student
Teens compete to design top Snapchat Geofilter to celebrate International Women’s Day
Snapchat teamed up with World Forward to help local teenage students launch their dream by developing a statewide contest to encourage teenagers to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, 2018. The contest also seeks to expose students to computer science skills. The contest, open to all Colorado students aged 13-18, was created last month by both male and female students at Grant Ranch School, a Denver Public School, to celebrate the many achievements of Colorado women. Students can build a Snapchat geo-filter and if selected have it featured on Snapchat on International Women’s Day in addition to winning a variety of prizes.
Winners were announced on March 2, 2018.
The winner and his or her immediate family will be invited to attend the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame Induction Gala on March 28, 2018, where the geo-filter will be showcased.
About World Forward Foundation
World Forward Foundation is the leader in global executive volunteerism providing life-changing community service experiences. World Forward Foundation collaborates with students, teachers, nurses, and other community ambassadors to identify the critical issues at hand and deliver timely and meaningful solutions. World Forward Foundation, Inc. is organized exclusively for charitable purposes under
Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
MEDIA PARTNER SPOTLIGHT
By now, we hope you are beginning to see the wonderful work our 2018 Induction media partners are doing. In the last issue, we featured the Denver Business Journal, KMGH 7, and 850 KOA. In this issue, we’d like to tell you more about Colorado Expression magazine, Denver Urban Spectrum, Univision and La Voz.
The Denver Urban Spectrum (DUS) is an award-winning monthly publication in Denver, Colorado and has been spreading the news about people of color since 1987. Located in Aurora CO, DUS covers local, national and International news and issues.
Since its launch in 1962 Univision has become a trusted brand in Spanish language news with the largest Latino audience in the United States. That audience has spawned a new generation of “born in the USA” Latinos who may speak or understand Spanish, but consume part of their news in
English. Univision launched its English news format in mid-2016. Their coverage is broad and deep about issues of importance to Latinos in the
U.S. If you tune-in – whether radio or TV – you will catch a glimpse of the public service announcements Univision produced for the Colorado
Women’s Hall of Fame.
LA VOZ is a bilingual publication serving the Hispanic community in Denver, CO. Reaching 120,000 + readers in print and thousands online. Publisher Pauline Rivera says, “We are proud of the accomplishments of our La Voz staff these past several years. The publication is 43 years old and is Colorado’s #1 Hispanic-owned bilingual publication.
CWHF is proud to have these media organizations as our partners for the 2018 Induction.
Thanks to all of our partners:
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