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Attention, Colorado: Natives Are Showing You the Money!
It is official: Natives are stimulating Colorado’s economy in a big way...
$2 Billion in Business: Indian-Owned Businesses in Colorado Are Booming
Native American owned businesses are responsible for a $2 billion boost in Colorado’s economy, according to a preliminary report from the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs...
Celebrating Sacred Places in Colorado
In Colorado, National Sacred Places Prayer Days 2013 will be observed with a sunrise ceremony at 7 a.m. June 21 at the headquarters of the Native American Rights Fund in Boulder...
Sand Creek Massacre Exhibit to Close for Tribal Consultation
A controversial museum exhibit about the Sand Creek Massacre of 1864 will be closed to the public as History Colorado consults with tribes whose ancestors were killed by U.S...
Young Utes Get Red Carpet Greeting at Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs Meeting, All Native Rodeo Discussed
As befits royalty, some special attention was given to young Utes who attended the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs (CCIA) events in their special regalia, prior to offering t...
Lack of Tribal Consultation Leads to Conflict at a Denver Museum
When tribes, whose ancestors are the subject of a museum exhibit, are against that exhibit and ask for it to be closed pending further consultation, it’s obvious something is amiss...
Native Presence Grows on Colorado College Boards
Ernest House Jr., Ute Mountain Ute, executive secretary of the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs, has been named to the Board of Trustees of Fort Lewis College, a former Indian...
Urban Indians May Benefit From Colorado Law's Changes
A 37-year-old statute has dictated the relationship between Colorado’s government and the state’s Native residents, while never fully addressing the concerns of today’s growing urb...
Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs Tackles Pending Issues, Longstanding Problems, and Youths’ Possibilities
Anxiety over violence in Indian country intensified a little for some when Colorado voters in November approved Amendment 64, which allows those 21 and older to possess small amoun...
Colorado’s Urban Indian Listening and Learning Session Discusses Doing More First Priority
Native people relocate to Denver for various reasons—the hope of better jobs, housing, schools, lifestyle—but they often encounter barriers, none more baffling than the shyness tha...
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