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(May 27, 2012 response to “Boulder Daily Camera” article): During the past several years while reading about the Sand Creek Massacre as written by various writers, journalists, etc., one thing in common continues to surface. No one interviews the Cheyenne people before they write what they write. That is not ojbective journalism. You all need [...]
Students will engage in an intensive examination of the Sand Creek Massacre in order to understand the unique historical experience, values, practices and aspirations of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes. Through examination of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, students will increase their understanding of the Sand Creek Massacre, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal history, organization and [...]
“We have some work to do for America’s native people. Even though we live in a troubled world, how can we be helpful to other countries when we are allowing native people to suffer as they have been ever since they were decimated in 1849 by the cholera epidemic introduced by migrant Anglo/Europeans? “Ghosts of [...]