Presented by the Museum of Boulder and the Native American Rights Fund
The cultures of Native Americans in the United States and indigenous peoples around the world are vitally expressive and deeply tied to the natural landscape, as well as vulnerable to ongoing exploitation by others. Join us for a series of powerful presentations and interactive discussions about issues in cultural appropriation, representation, and revitalization.
Join us for a free screening of the powerful documentary What Was Ours.
An Eastern Shoshone tribal elder and two young Northern Arapaho students leave Wind River Reservation for Chicago’s Field Museum in search of sacred objects taken from their tribes. View the trailer here.
Space is limited, so please reserve a free ticket. For tickets to the follow up events, please follow the links below:
October 16, 2017 at 6pm
“American Indian Sacred Sites in Boulder and Beyond”
Lecture by Steven Moore, Attorney, Native American Rights Fund
October 26, 2017 at 6pm
“The Way Forward: Self-Determination in Cultural Expression and Representation”
A Discussion with Filmmaker Ava Hamilton (Arapaho) and CU professor Dr. Angelica Lawson (N. Arapaho)
For the full lineup, visit: www.museumofboulder.org/events
Generous support provided by: Boulder Public Library, University of Colorado School of Law, City of Boulder Human Relations Commission