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Category Archives: Martin Luther King Jr.
Archives Rewind Vol. 5
Welcome back! It’s that time again — more highlights from rewinding our “Archives on the Air” series. Let’s get Volume 5 on rewind… Episode 163 – Wyoming Defends Woman’s Suffrage – Morton E. Post Famly Papers Women’s Suffrage has been … Continue reading
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Black History Month Programs at UW
Thursday, January 31st kicked off a series of events taking place at the University of Wyoming in honor of Black History Month. The day featured the Black History 101 Mobile Museum on display in the Wyoming Union breezeway, and later … Continue reading
Wyoming Legislator Liz Byrd’s Quest to Honor Martin Luther King, Jr.
January 21 is Wyoming Equality Day. Perhaps you wondered this morning as you sipped your coffee about how Wyoming Equality Day originated? Cheyenne native and Wyoming state legislator Harriett Elizabeth “Liz” Byrd was the guiding individual behind it, although a … Continue reading