Sunday, October 9, 2022
“Current Conversations, Land Back Movement,” Right Relationship Boulder
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Virtual.
Presented by Right Relationship Boulder. The Land Back Movement is a dynamic and complex effort to understand and rectify 'traditional' land use/ownership. These efforts facilitate and respect Indigenous responsibilities and ties to land. This current effort acknowledges settler impact and national violence including land theft, and seeks to bring in, invite, and utilize allies and others. We seek to further our engagements in Indigenous resurgence and Indigenous-"settler" relationships that foster contemporary solutions for historic, on-going, and future needs. Join us to take a contemporary look at the journey through the centuries and a glimpse at what we can do today - individually and collectively. Moderator: Ava Hamilton (Arapaho). Panelists: Dr. Doreen E. Martinez (Mescalero Apache), Richard B. Williams (Oglala Lakota/Northern Cheyenne), Fred Mosqueda (Southern Arapaho), Lyla June Johnston (Diné/Cheyenne).