Please join the Romero Theater Troupe as we partner with the Four Winds American Indian Center and the Fourth World Center for this one time only performance featuring eight stories of resistance in Colorado past and present. This is a free show, but donation will be solicited and all proceeds will go to the Four Winds American Indian Center. Stories include Rita Martinez and her 22 year struggle against Columbus Day in Pueblo, 1st Strike Theater and their anti-militarism work in Colorado Springs, Bob Fuchigami's story of Amache Japanese Internment camp in SE Colorado, Alex Landau's work to stop police brutality, Jeanette Vizguerra's 4 year resistance to deportation, Irish miners and their great strike in Leadville in 1896, the West High School Walkouts, and the story of Frenchy Vosbaugh and his intense struggle in early 20th century Trinidad to choose his gender identity. This play is a celebration of our ten year anniversary, a commemoration of the 35th anniversary of the death of Oscar Romero, a look at the real Irish story of early Colorado as we approach St. Patrick's Day, and a celebration of the Four Winds American Indian Center's ownership of the church that we will be performing at. We hope to see you there!
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