Socialist scarcity: Two events constitute a "Week." Anyway, the lone commenter makes an offer:
On 144th [sic] anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre ‘Indigenous Survival Week’ will be held at CU Boulder. All of these events are free.
WEDNESDAY, November 28th
Performances by: The Tortuga Project, REBEL DIAZ and SAVAGE FAMILY
Club 156 on the first floor of the UMC, 6:00 to 11:00
PANEL on Hip Hop, indigenous resistance, and community selfdetermination and self-definition.
Glenn Miller Ballroom at the UMC, 6:00 to 8:00
We’ll keep you posted if we get further details.
Sadly, no answer.
I have produced an award-winning film about the Sand Creek Massacre as told from the point-of-view of the Cheyenne and Arapaho people. Would you like to screen it at “Indigenous Survival Week?”
Update: Wondering what award Vasicek's "award-winning" film was awarded? "Best Documentary Short Film, The Indie Gathering Film Festival, American Indian Film Festival."
Update II: "'Violence is the fearful solution to weak-minded human beings, more fearful of utilizing their human intelligence than their human impulses to strike out and harm that which is causing them the fear.'-Donald L. Vasicek." Oh yeah, I want this guy working on my script.
Update III: Other "recognition" for Vasicek's award-winning film includes a "Walnut Hills Elementary School 4th Grade Screening."