Envision RISE | Sheldon Spotted Elk, an Appellate Judge for the Ute Indian Tribal Court of Appeals and Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal member, discusses the importance of education, awareness, and allyship in advocating for Native American rights. He shares his personal family history with the Sand Creek Massacre, issues surrounding pop culture, the impact of boarding schools, and art as a pathway for understanding Native American history.
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