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Highlighted Program

  • Sacred Steps: Remembering Sand Creek

    On November 29, 1864 Col. John Chivington led an attack against a group of Cheyenne and Arapaho camped in Southeast Colorado. Chivington and his soldiers killed approximately 200 Cheyenne and Arapaho people – mostly women, children, and elders. Many of those killed were also mutilated.  Through interviews with tribal elders, runners, and observers, the audience will gain an understanding of the emotions Sand Creek evokes.

    Sacred Steps – July 8 at 6pm PT / 9pm EST




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Sharing Circle : 01:30 - 02:00

First Music -Music has always been an integral part of Aboriginal culture. We explore the rich heritage of Aboriginal music and how our ancestors interpreted and respected it. We look at Aboriginal music today, and how many artists such as Susan Aglukark are fusing the old with the new. We glimpse into what the future might offer and explore how cultural blending through music is a way of celebrating diversity. A highlight is Nelly Furtado's Juno performance with premiere drum and singing group, Whitefish Juniors.