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The intent of the Los Seis Memorial Scholarship Fund is to support any student whose background would bring economic, racial or ethnic parity representation to the student body at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Recipients, as students and throughout their professional and/or personal work, create a just society by recognizing unjust infrastructure and restructuring it so that it works equitably for all.

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This scholarship exists in honor and memory of Una Jaakola, Reyes Martínez and Neva Romero, who died on May 27, 1974, after a car bomb exploded at Chautauqua Park, and Francisco Dougherty, Heriberto Terán and Florencio Granado, who died on May 29, 1974, after a second car bomb exploded near 28th and Canyon, also injuring Antonio Alcántar. These individuals were fighting for parity representation and inclusion of Chicano students and other students of color at the University of Colorado in Boulder. 

To make a physical donation, you can mail a check to:

University of Colorado Foundation

P.O. Box 17126

Denver, CO 80217-9155

Made payable to “CU Foundation” with “Los Seis Scholarship Fund” in the memo box

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