Indigenous Peoples Day Oct 9th-12th
Friday Oct. 9, 7:30-9:30 pm: "Confluence" Film and Discussion
Award-winning filmmaker Gwendolen Cates and Indigenous and Black activists explore the intersectionality and solidarity of the Black Lives Matter and Indigenous Rights movements. Register here.
Saturday Oct. 10, 10 am – noon: Community Conversation: “Some Dance to Remember, Some Dance to Forget”
Join placemaker Meg Walker and public artist Morey Bean to talk about the meaning of memorials like the Civil War Monument at the Boulder County Courthouse. Register here.
Saturday Oct. 10, 3-5 pm: “Roots of Injustice, Seeds of Change: Toward Right Relationship with Native Peoples”
Experience the history of our country through the voices of Indigenous people, Euro-American colonists, and Western historians. Co-facilitated by Jerilyn DeCoteau (Turtle Mountain Chippewa) and Paula Palmer. Co-sponsored by Louisville Cultural Council. Register here.
Sunday Oct. 11, 1-3 pm: “American Indian Youth Leadership Institute (AIYLI) Forum”
Meet and network with young leaders, discuss ideas to support our community members during the COVID-19 pandemic, and play a creative online game to win prizes. Register here.
Sunday Oct 11, 4-6 pm: “Arapaho and Boulder Dialogue”
Learn what steps the City, the County, and the School District have taken and how the Arapaho people can be appropriately acknowledged and welcomed in their Boulder Valley homeland. Register here.
Monday, Oct 12, 5:30-7 pm: “Healing from Intergenerational Trauma”
Elicia Goodsoldier (Dine’/Spirit Lake Dakota) and her daughter Cante’ Waste Win Zephier (Good Hearted Woman) will speak about their healing work with Indigenous youth. Co-sponsored by Pendle Hill. Register here.