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Friday, February 9 • 10:25am - 10:45am

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Longtime Boulder resident and filmmaker Ava Hamilton will present an informal talk offering her personal view of local history as an Arapaho woman. Ava is a descendant of Chief Little Raven. She will recognize the people who have lived here throughout the centuries and who left no environmental disturbances. They left us clean air, clean water, a land of bounty. She will talk about the history of Arapaho in this area and how we see this as our home. Ava will acknowledge how we are all related, that we are not separate from any living things, that we are all responsible for what happens to our environment and that we must work harder to take care of these gifts of life, including our own.

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Ava Hamilton

Ava Hamilton (Arapaho) is an independent documentary filmmaker, writer and historian.  Ava is currently active with Right Relationship with Native Peoples – Boulder which is working with local governments and organizations to help all Boulder Valley residents learn about the Native... Read More →

Friday February 9, 2018 10:25am - 10:45am MST
SEEC Auditorium 4001 Discovery Drive