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2019 Indigenous Peoples Day
October 13 @ 9:30 am - 5:30 pmFree
Right Relationship Boulder is planning an all-day event on Sunday, October 13, to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day. We hope you and others in your organization will join us. Please pass this invitation on! This event will celebrate all the Indigenous people for whom the Boulder Valley is home – whether they live here now or were displaced and dispossessed of their land long ago. For the second year, we have invited Southern and Northern Arapaho people from Wyoming and Oklahoma to join us for this event.
Please see this flyer for the day’s schedule. All events are at Boulder High School.
We are very pleased that Dr. Doreen Martinez, professor of Native American Studies and Sociology at Colorado State University, will offer a seminar called “Indigeneity v1.0: Teachings for Allyship” from 9:30 to 11 am. To register for this important seminar, please go to: tiny.cc/IPDALLY
There are limited tickets available for lunch, which will be catered by Tocabe restaurant, 11:45-12:45. The $30 ticket purchases your lunch, and also enables us to give a free lunch to one of our Arapaho guests. Please order your tickets soon, by contacting Fran at [email protected]
In the afternoon, our Arapaho guests from Wyoming and Oklahoma and Indigenous people from the Boulder area will offer a series of cultural programs. There will be lots to choose from for people of all ages and interests. Please see the flyer for more details.
And another way to be inspired to come: watch this 6-minute video of our 2018 Indigenous Peoples Day event! If you have questions, please contact Ann at [email protected], and visit Right Relationship Boulder on Facebook. We look forward to seeing you on October 13!