The City and County of Denver is launching the second historic context in the Denver in Context series,
which seeks to explore the diverse ethnic and cultural history of Denver. In partnership with Native
communities, Denver Landmark Preservation and the Office of Storytelling will develop a written study
and documentary to honor and share the history of American Indian, Native American, and Indigenous
Peoples in Denver.
Join the Launch Party
Denver Indian Center
Saturday, February 25 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Enjoy food, entertainment, and door prizes!
Through community-driven engagement and outreach, this project will tell the story of Denverâ€™s
American Indian and Indigenous communities and identify historic places and resources associated with
their history in Denver. This will guide city efforts to ensure inclusive preservation practices, not just
through historic designation, but also broader land use planning and policy. Funding for this event
comes from the Rose Community Foundation.
Learn more about the American Indian/Indigenous Peoples Historic Context >>