This oral history project highlights the experiences of Mexican-American and Chicano communities in the State of Colorado. The purpose of this project is to organize a public reflection on how these communities understand and perform virtual and transnational concepts of community, kinship and solidarity and how these have been affected by the international COVID-19 health crisis.
This project is sponsored by OLA Colorado and has received partial funding from the Center for Humanities and the Arts at the University of Colorado Boulder. It is also supported by the work of individual members of the Red Global MX, Montañas Rocosas.
For more information about the project or how to get involved, please contact:
Dr. Juan García Oyervides at
We are currently working on the outreach and collection phase of the project. If you are interested in the providing your story for this project, please fill out the participant form using the link below: