A public memorial and reflection co-produced by The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, The Remembrance Planning Circle Boulder, and Culture In Place, in partnership with Creative Nations and The Dairy Arts Center. The truth of Boulder's role in The Sand Creek Massacre has been clouded from public memory. The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma will present their perspectives on this event through singing, storytelling, and narration. We will mourn the dead and the atrocities, learn about the aftermath of the massacre and its effects on the present day, and attempt to move toward healing. Facing our past with honesty and courage, we will reflect on the future the original and current inhabitants of Boulder Valley want to create.