“Let All That Is Indian Within You Die: The History of Native American Boarding Schools.” Thursday, November 14, 2013, 7:00 p.m.
Details from the invite: The Boulder History Museum and the Native American Rights Fund proudly announce the first Annual Chief Niwot Forum…. BHM and NARF [feel] that we should continue to offer compelling Native American historical topics to the Boulder community.
We begin this annual event with Let All That Is Indian Within You Die: The History of Native American Boarding Schools. Don Wharton, longtime attorney at NARF will educate us on the philosophy behind these schools, the experiences of the students and the emerging effort to heal the damage done during the boarding school years.
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The Dalai Lama Fellows officially unveiled its new blog, Building a World for All, in late October 2013.
About once a month, they will feature thought provoking content from Fellows, alumni, staff, Ethical Leadership Assembly faculty, and friends that they hope will contribute meaningfully to the global conversation about, and paradigm shift towards, building a world that works for all people, all life and for the planet itself.
We envision an online destination you actively visit to find inspiration, helpful ideas, and valuable frameworks as you contribute your part towards building a world for all.
Check it out, and be sure to let us know what you think!
Check out the following article from the Denver Post about Digital Storytelling:
And keep your eye out here for links to the Naropa Peace Studies YouTube channel… We’ve got a whole batch of DST projects from our amazing students coming soon to the WWW!
Check out what’s coming coming to Boulder through Rocky Mountain Peace & Justice Center! ‘My Enemy is a cross country, interactive “project of spirit,”
an art installation focused on bridging the divide between you and “your enemy.”‘
The video from AnShin’s visit has been uploaded to the Cobb Peace Lecture portion of our Naropa University web page:
An amazing lecture from an amazing teacher!