Indigenous People’s Community Day. Celebrate art as a form of resistance starting at 11 a.m. at HEAL Denver, 938 West Eighth Avenue, on Sunday, October 8. To find out more, visit the IIYC Denver Chapter's Facebook events page.
In a divided country fraught with ever-worsening tensions, it's more important than ever for people to come together in peaceful unity. That's the goal of the Indigenous Peoples’ Day, an event celebrated across the U.S. that honors the traditions of indigenous cultures from all over the world. The Denver chapter of the International Indigenous Youth Council (which arose last year from the Standing Rock pipeline protests) invites local guests to cherish the art, song and dance of Native people while broadening their cultural understanding in educational workshops where they can learn how to play indigenous drums, screen-print resistance art, or brew their own herbal teas and tinctures during