One Action-One Boulder Video





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Published on Dec 8, 2012

One Action-One Boulder is an unprecedented collaboration between arts and civic organizations, and individuals like you, aimed at learning about our untold history, talking about present inequalities, and taking action for a better future.

One Action was launched in Boulder on Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2012 with the support of the Boulder Human Relations Commission and the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Committee.

The focus in our first year was the history of the Sand Creek Massacre and the Arapaho peace chief, Niwot (or Left Hand). Over 7,000 people and 50 organizations participated in One Action's 2012 events in Boulder, Longmont and Lafayette.

One Action-One Boulder is not an organization; we are a collaboration intent on inclusive history and equity. We, the people of Boulder County, are modeling for others the strength to stand in all our history -- both the beautiful and the broken — in an effort to honestly acknowledge the problems that create inequality and to take an action that leads to real solutions and justice for all. You are, we are, One Action.

For more information: www.one-action.org


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