In conjunction with the powerful exhibit, Chief Niwot ~ Legend & Legacy, the Boulder History Museum and the Native American Rights Fund are proud to co-sponsor a thought-provoking series of programs presented by distinguished historians and guests. This series further explores the culture of the Arapaho people, regional historical figures, the devastating effects of the Sand Creek Massacre, as well as contemporary Native Americans on the Wind River Reservation and in urban centers.
Thurs., August 30 · Too Close To Home: Facing Sand Creek on the CU-Boulder Campus
University of Colorado Professor, historian and MacArthur ‘genius grant’ winner, Patricia Limerick, will discuss the process and protests involved in changing the name of CU dormitory Nichols Hall to Cheyenne Arapaho Hall.
· $10 per program or Series Package of all 8 programs for $80
· $5 per program or Series Package of all 8 for $40 for Museum Members and NARF Donors
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For more information or questions, please contact the Museum at 303/449.3464.
For a complete list of the series, click here.
To hear the broadcast of this program on KGNU Radio, click here.
Native American Rights Fund