Natelie Windsor is an undergraduate history major working on a teaching certification in Secondary Education at Gonzaga University. She is a native of Spokane, Washington and is very involved in Gonzaga’s Center for Community Engagement programs where she works with local youth of the Logan neighborhood. Natelie has a passion for teaching with interests in Race and Ethnic studies. After graduating from Gonzaga, she plans to get a master’s degree in Education and become a middle-school Social Studies teacher.
Pauline Elizabeth Short Robinson, a long-time educator, was the first black librarian to be hired in Denver, Colorado. Born on January 31, 1915 in Gay, Oklahoma, Robinson’s family emphasized the importance of education at a young age. Her grandfather taught her how to read before … Read MorePauline Short Robinson (1915-1997)