Hosted on campus by the University of Denver’s Conflict Resolution Institute in partnership with the Center on Rights Development, the Symposium on Sand Creek featured four panel discussions with scholars, civic and religious leaders, and Sand Creek descendants on how the University and the city of Denver can create partnerships to move towards reconciliation, acknowledgement, and justice for future generations. Read about the Symposium the article in the University of Denver Magazine.
The following are videos from our panel discussions from our program.
Panel 1 - DU John Evans Study Committee Report - Report Authors
Panel 2 - Possibilities of Repair:Truth Commissions, Reparations, and Cultural Restoration - Henry Littlebird, Andrew Reid, George "Tink" Tinker, Billy J. Stratton
Panel 3 - Public Recognition and Acknowledgement - Ernest House, Lt. Governor's Office, Chancellor Rebecca Chopp, Methodist Bishop Elaine Stanovsky, Illiff President Tom Wolf, Otto Braided Hair
Panel 4 - Learning and Healing: Continuing the Conversation - Cheyenne and Arapahoe descendants and John Evans descendants