Reckoning with Boulder’s History of Treatment of Indigenous People, and Building Right Relationships Today

 As we remind ourselves each week, the Boulder Valley was for many years inhabited and stewarded by the Arapaho and Cheyenne people. Right Relationship Boulder formed in 2017 to work with the tribes to welcome them to their homeland. Boulder’s Open Space department is considering positive ways to develop the site of Fort Chambers, near Valmont and 63rd St., a staging ground for the infamous 1864 Sand Creek Massacre. Members of Right Relationship Boulder will give a slide presentation about this history and how we can take steps toward healing. Led by Paula Palmer, Guest Service Leader. 

Recorded Zoom service