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  • Michelle Steinwand, a family member of one of the victims, puts a rose on the memorial stone. A new stone memorial was placed at Chautauqua Auditorium to honor “Los Seis,” six latino activists that were killed in a car bombing on May 27, 1974, at 28th Street and Canyon Blvd. in Boulder.

  • A new stone memorial was placed at Chautauqua Auditorium to honor “Los Seis,” six latino activists that were killed in a car bombing on May 27, 1974, at 28th Street and Canyon Blvd. in Boulder.

  • Jeff Rump, left, Jeff Medanich,, and Kiernan Haffey, all Chautauqua staff, put the stone in a hole next to the auditorium. A new stone memorial was placed at Chautauqua Auditorium to honor “Los Seis,” six latino activists that were killed in a car bombing on May 27, 1974, at 28th Street and Canyon Blvd. in Boulder.

  • Antonio Lopez, a nephew of one of the victims, puts a rose on the memorial stone. A new stone memorial was placed at Chautauqua Auditorium to honor “Los Seis,” six latino activists that were killed in a car bombing on May 27, 1974, at 28th Street and Canyon Blvd. in Boulder.

  • The stone was lowered into place with a crane. A new stone memorial was placed at Chautauqua Auditorium to honor “Los Seis,” six latino activists that were killed in a car bombing on May 27, 1974, at 28th Street and Canyon Blvd. in Boulder.

  • Susan Romero, a family member of one of the victims, puts a rose on the memorial stone. A new stone memorial was placed at Chautauqua Auditorium to honor “Los Seis,” six latino activists that were killed in a car bombing on May 27, 1974, at 28th Street and Canyon Blvd. in Boulder.

  • Jeff Medanich moves the stone into place. A new stone memorial was placed at Chautauqua Auditorium to honor “Los Seis,” six latino activists that were killed in a car bombing on May 27, 1974, at 28th Street and Canyon Blvd. in Boulder.

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