Boulder Valley

Indigenous People’s Day

Working together

Honoring a Dream

Boulder Valley Indigenous People’s Day is an annual event in Boulder, CO creating space for Indigenous people and cultures to thrive in community together.

We work together to build spaces that honor Chief Plenty Wolf’s dream for an event that would not only honor the living people, but also the languages, and cultures Indigenous to the Boulder area. We occupy stolen Arapaho land and the Sand Creek Massacre happened here. This is not taken lightly.

Getting Organized

Time for A Change

The 2017 Boulder Valley Indigenous People’s Day Organizing Committee was formed, the pow wow planned, and despite the cold, sleet and occasional snow, more than 3000 spectators joined dancers from the occupied Native territories known as Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming, Oklahoma, and Colorado’s Front Range in a culturally appropriate celebration of Indigenous culture. Indigenous relatives and non-Indignous community members from the region came for an exceptional day honoring the power of Native culture, language, and community that has existed upon this stolen land for millennia.

Event Producer

Flatirons Political Art

Flatirons Political Art is an allied community art space in the North Boulder Art District where members can socialize (or not) while working on their art and an events space where the general public can engage with each other at events, workshops, poetry readings, panels, trainings, and art shows.

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