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Native American Exclusion and Segregation in Boulder and the Road Ahead

When Thursday, October 21, 2021
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location Hybrid, Wolf Law Building, Zoom
For Public; Faculty; Staff; Students; Alumni; CLE Credit

This lecture is sponsored by Hutchinson Black & Cook, LLC Patrice Kunesh, moderator: Of Standing Rock Lakota descent, Patrice is part of the development team at the Native American Rights Fund and a nationally recognized advocate whose work focuses on promoting inclusive economic systems. Ava Hamilton: Ava is Arapaho and a historian and filmmaker. A longtime resident of Boulder, she brings a depth and a personal touch to local history. Grace RedShirt Tyon: Grace is Ogalala Lakota and the Director of American Indian Student Services at CU Denver, as well as a passionate community organizer. Rick Williams: Rick is Ogalala Lakota and Northern Cheyenne and a longtime champion of Native education. Rick has worked as a civil rights attorney and as CEO of the American Indian College Fund. Special guest John Echohawk, Executive Director of the Native American Rights Fund

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Contact Yesenia Delgado
lawevents@colorado.edu
Website https://cu.law/RegisterOct21
CLE Credits
General: 2
Ethics: