Community Outreach

Angie's Passion for Education & Children

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I am deeply passionate about our youth and supporting parents. Skills and mindsets can be learned through a dedicated community.

Each year, I donate my time and expertise to organizations who provide the Power of Mentorship to help others build healthy patterns to feel confident and happy by having a sense of personal achievement. Over the years, I have given my time and talent to many organizations. Below is a sample list:

Aspen Youth Center
The Bridge Project
Children’s Museum
Colorado Children’s Campaign
Denver Co-Operative School
Food Bank of the Rockies
and More and more and more

Each of us have something we care about and everyone has something to offer to advance the lives of others. I make time every year to give back to the world. This statement ring trues, ‘One person cannot change the world but you can change the world of one person.’ 

– Angie Buckley

Photographer Angela Buckley partners with History Colorado as part of the museum’s Colorado Community Documentation Project.  The project, begun in 2014, seeks to document Colorado’s diverse immigrant populations in the 21st century through photographs, artifacts, and oral histories.  Ms. Buckley is the first photographer to participate in the project, and she focuses on photographing Denver’s Burmese refugee community, collecting their stories through their own words and images.  The photographs she takes for the project will be available for view online on the History Colorado Online Collections (h-co.org/collections) website beginning in Summer 2015.  History Colorado thanks Angela Buckley for her dedication, time, and effort in shaping the Colorado Community Documentation Project!

Megan Friedel

Curator of Photography, Colorado History Museum