After providing community health and services in Denver's Sunnyside neighborhood for decades, Servicios de la Raza moved this week to a new home at 3131 West 14th Avenue. To do so, the organization had to sell its buildings at 41st Avenue and Tejon Street, which meant the removal of the "Privavera" murual, which had been a landmark there for more than three decades. But the move should be a good for Servicios, says executive director Rudy Gonzales, who spoke with Westword
about its work and about the challenges facing the population its serves -- as Denver neighborhoods continue to change.
See also: Jerry Jaramillo's Sunnyside Mural, "Primavera," Is Gone But Not Forgotten