Students of Santee Normal Training School

Students of Santee Normal Training School

Students at Santee Normal Training School, Nebraska, ca. 1900. Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa) attended the school in the 1880s.

Barron High School Quiz Bowl team

Barron High School Quiz Bowl team

The Barron High School Quiz Bowl team, 1981. David Madson is seated at center right. Barron High School (Barron, Wisconsin) 1980 yearbook, page 106.

Shattuck School, Faribault

Shattuck School, Faribault

Shattuck School, Faribault, as it appeared when Charles F. Dight was its resident physician (ca. 1900). Photograph by F. Jay Haynes.

Irene Gomez-Bethke with her lifetime achievement award

Irene Gomez-Bethke with her lifetime achievement award

Irene Gomez-Bethke with a lifetime achievement award from Mitchell Hamline School of Law’s Latino Law Student Association, April 15, 2016. Used with the permission of Jesse Bethke Gomez.

Irene Gomez-Bethke at her college graduation

Irene Gomez-Bethke at her college graduation

Irene Gomez-Bethke (center) in the audience of her Metropolitan State University graduation ceremony in St. Paul, 1980s. Used with the permission of Jesse Bethke Gomez.

Latino Youth Conference 2018

Latino Youth Conference 2018

Attendees of Latino Youth Conference 2018, organized by CLUES (Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio). Photo by Flickr user CLUES Photos, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.

Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio (CLUES)

Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio (CLUES) is the largest Latino-led nonprofit in Minnesota. It formed in 1981 in St. Paul in response to the need for language-appropriate, culturally competent mental health services for the Latino Spanish-speaking community. Throughout the history of CLUES, as the Latino community has grown, the agency’s leaders have identified new opportunities to support Latino children, families, and individuals.

Workshop inside Centro Cultural Chicano

Workshop inside Centro Cultural Chicano

Attorney Martin Diaz leads a legal advice workshop inside Centro Cultural Chicano as part of the organization’s Nosotras program in 1986. From page 7 of Visiones de la Raza 10, no. 11 (November 1986) in box 1 of the Irene Gomez-Bethke papers, Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Centro Cultural Chicano table at “Fair of the Heart”

Centro Cultural Chicano table at the Fair of the Heart

Elders represent Centro Cultural Chicano at the Fair of the Heart on September 7, 1986. Held in Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis and organized by the United Way, the event attracted thousands of people. From page 2 of Visiones de la Raza 10, no. 10 (October 1986) in box 1 of the Irene Gomez-Bethke papers, Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Centro Cultural Latino’s bilingual education program

Centro Cultural Latino’s bilingual education program

Students and teachers at work in Centro Cultural Latino’s bilingual education program. Photographs by Luis Santiago, Jr., 1980. From page 3 of Visiones de la Raza 6, no. 30 (1980) in box 1 of the Irene Gomez-Bethke papers, Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

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