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West Side Recorder (Vol. 8, Iss. 9)

West Side Recorder was one of many community-driven and activist newspapers that supported predominantly Chicanx and Latine neighborhoods of West Denver. It reported everything from neighborhood events, to major municipal issues, to the local appearances of activists like Cesar Chavez. It also served as a voice for the community during the displacement of Auraria neighborhood residents prior to the establishment of Auraria Campus. This collection comprises a decade of West Side Recorder from 1964 to 1974 with only a few issue gaps. Our hope is that the digitization of this crucial example of local voices from the Chicanx and Latine community will be of value to students and faculty interested in small-press papers that serve local communities of color, displaced persons, as well as to the former and current residents of Denver's West Side.

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West Side Recorder, Volume 8, Number 9