The Needs of Our Local Indigneous Community

Please join us this Sunday, October 10th on Google Meet as we welcome Rick Waters, Co-Executive Director/ Lead Relationship Guidance Specialist for the Denver Indian Center as our special guest. Rick is a member of the Kiowa and Cherokee tribes of Oklahoma. He has served a variety of positions through Indian Country for over 40 years. The Denver Indian Center was founded in 1983 to meet the unique needs and challenges facing our Native community. They support our Native youth and community by providing guidance for economic empowerment and self-reliance, programs that empower families and honor our elders, and by offering a space where Native culture can be preserved and celebrated.

Rick will talk about the needs of our local Indigneous Community and give Prairie accountable feedback regarding our efforts to live out our values as we create Beloved Community. This will be an opportunity to listen and ask questions about how incorporating a Land Acknowledgement, as well as our proposed Thanksgiving Resolution, repairs our relationship with our local Indigenous Community.

We hope you will join us.

Ralph Waldo Mouse Says:

“The golden rule is of no use whatsoever unless you
realize that it is your move.”