Indigenous Peoples Day Bozeman
The Extreme History Project is excited to partner with the Montana State University Native American Studies Department in this grassroots action to change Columbus Day, Oct. 12, to Indigenous Peoples Day in Bozeman, Montana. Indigenous Peoples Day will celebrate the endurance, accomplishments and contribution of our Indigenous brothers and sisters here and around the world. we will be providing downloadable information and forms on this page as well as photos and updates of all the events and activities taking place around the area. Please stop by often to stay informed and thanks for your support!!!
November 30, 2015: Indigenous Peoples Day Forum, 6pm, Bozeman Public Library, 626 E. Main St. Bozeman, Montana
November 5, 2015: Bozeman Christmas Stroll – we’ll have an information table set up in front of the Emerson. Come by to learn more and sign our petition!
January 17, 2016: Present Resolution to City Coucil, 4pm, Municipal Courthouse, 615 S. 16th St. Bozeman, Montana
Please fee free to download, print and distribute any of the following materials.
SIGN THE PETITION!
Help us collect signatures by downloading and printing our petition. Completed forms can be sent to Marsha Small c/o Native American Studies, Montana State University, P.O. Box 172340, Bozeman, MT 59717-2340 or The Extreme History Project, P.O. Box 5019, Bozeman, Montana, 59715-5019. You can also bring them by any of our events.
Horizontal Petition Form
WHY DO WE HONOR THIS MAN?