Latino Lorain History Project
The Latino History Project is a public history partnership of El Centro, the Lorain Historical Society, Oberlin College, and leaders in the community with the overarching goal of gathering and preserving the history of the Latino community in Lorain through collecting oral histories, archival materials, and artifacts.
The exhibit “Celebrating 100 Years of Latinos in Lorain” will be the first of many initiatives that will capture and preserve the history of the Latino community in Lorain. Please consider joining our other sponsors and community leaders in making a donation to the future of this important project.
This first exhibit focuses on Vine Avenue as one of the legendary hotspots representing Latino history in Lorain.
THANK YOU to all of our guests who visited this special exhibit in 2021. As an added bonus, our exhibit is ‘going on the road’! If you would like to have our exhibit come to your organization, contact us at: [email protected]
This project is made possible by:
This project made possible in part by a grant from the Ohio History Connection’s History Fund. The History Fund is supported exclusively by voluntary donations of Ohio income tax refunds, sales of Ohio History ‘mastodon’ license plates, and designated gifts to the Ohio History Connection. www.ohiohistory.org/historyfund.
We are so thankful for our Sponsors:
The Carrion Family
Giant Eagle H.O.L.A. Business Resource Group
The Hispanic Fund
Leadership Lorain County
Lorain County Community College
Lorain Historical Society
Lorain Public Library System
Main Street Lorain and Lorain Proud
Mexican Mutual Society
South Lorain Friends
Special Thanks to The Bonner Center for Sponsoring the Exhibit Preview Party