Social Security provides older Americans an important source of reliable income during retirement. This is especially true for African Americans, Hispanics and women, who often lack access to income from pensions or savings and rely more heavily on Social Security.
For those who didn't attend this years Cinco de Mayo celebration in Pueblo, it is definitely worth putting on your calendar next year and making the journey to Southern Colorado for an authentic experience.
AARP Colorado would like to invite you to Pueblo's Annual 5 de Mayo Festival, Thursday, May 5th, 2016, 12:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at El Pueblo History Museum. Come down to the El Pueblo History Museum and enjoy two stages of continuous cultural entertainment, a workshop pavilion, car show and a Chicano exhibit.
AARP Colorado is a sponsor of the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies conference in Denver April 6-9 to coincide with the Cesar Chavez celebration. For more details about the conference, visit.
The Boulder County Latino History Project, a study sponsored in-part by AARP Colorado, recently released Latinos of Boulder County, Colorado, 1900-1980, a work of nonfiction by Marjorie K. McIntosh.
The University of Colorado Boulder is hosting a new exhibit from now through the end of the year. Moments in the History of Mexicans in the Southwest United States is being held in the Norlin Library, underground west wing, on the Boulder campus, 500 Manhattan Dr., Boulder, CO 80303.
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