“A Remembrance at Fort Chambers” 1.0

The story of Fort Chambers is not yet well known, but it holds great historic and cultural significance for the Arapaho and Cheyenne nations, for present-day residents of the Boulder Valley and of the state of Colorado, and for people of faith and Christians, in particular.

This inaugural, two-hour experience of common memory — held via Zoom due to COVID pandemic realities — featured Arapaho and Cheyenne singers, storytellers and artists, historical reflections and a “liturgy of lament,” all centered on the site of Fort Chambers in Boulder, Colo.

The “Remembrance” itself begins at 5:30 of this unedited video. Thank you to all the great partners who made it possible!

Photo by Alan O’Hashi (Boulder Community Media)
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