Monday, September 15, 2014

Talk at DU Law School, room 180 on Governor Evans and Sand Creek, September 22, noon



The Native American Law Student Association (NALSA) has invited me to give a talk on Evans and the Sand Creek massacre, Monday, September 22, noon at the University of Denver Law School Room 180 (h/t Aubrey Bertram, who informs me that all in the Denver area are welcome):

"SAND CREEK MASSACRE: COLORADO’S HISTORY OF SETTLER VIOLENCE

Professor Alan Gilbert of the Joseph Korbel International School will discuss the Sand Creek massacre as part of settler colonial violence from coast to coast, and Governor John Evans' central role in the brutal murder of innocent Cheyenne and Arapaho men, women, and children in November 1864 at their camp in southeast Colorado. Join NALSA and Prof. Gilbert as we acknowledge this history and make the beginning steps in the long process of healing as we approach the 150th anniversary of the Massacre.

MONDAY, SEPT 22ND ROOM 180 NOON FREE FOOD!

Sponsored by the NATIVE AMERICAN LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION"

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