Keystone Offers Insight to Boulder City Council About Tribal Consultation

Keystone Offers Insight to Boulder City Council About Tribal Consultation The director of Keystone’s American Indian/Alaska Native program, Ernest House, Jr., offered a presentation on Feb. 11 to the Boulder City Council on conducting tribal consultations with federally recognized American Indian Tribes and Nations. The full presentation is available below. [...]

Keystone Offers Insight to Boulder City Council About Tribal Consultation2020-02-17T11:32:10-07:00

Lieutenant Governor, Keystone Partner to Conduct Series of Mental Health Listening Sessions

Lieutenant Governor, Keystone Partner to Conduct Series of Mental Health Listening Sessions Ernest House, Jr., director of Keystone's American Indian/Alaska Native program, leads a listening session on mental health at the Southern Ute Indian Reservation. Photo courtesy of Lindsay J. Box. Keystone Policy Center is partnering with the office of the [...]

Lieutenant Governor, Keystone Partner to Conduct Series of Mental Health Listening Sessions2019-12-09T12:39:45-07:00

(VIDEO): Denver 7 speaks to Keystone about Colorado’s history regarding land and Native American tribes

(VIDEO): Denver 7 speaks to Keystone about Colorado’s history regarding land and Native American tribes Ernest House, director of Keystone's American Indian/Alaska Native Program, is interviewed by Denver 7 about displacement, reparations, and the acknowledgement by one neighborhood association of Colorado's history regarding land and Native American tribes. Watch the [...]

(VIDEO): Denver 7 speaks to Keystone about Colorado’s history regarding land and Native American tribes2019-11-26T09:07:00-07:00

Opinion: Despite painful history, Colorado’s tribal nations and Fort Lewis College found path toward reconciliation

Opinion: Despite painful history, Colorado’s tribal nations and Fort Lewis College found path toward reconciliation Ernest House, Jr. By Ernest House, Jr. For thousands of years, beginning long before there was ever a line demarking its borders, Colorado has been home to American Indian residents. There were once 48 tribes in [...]

Opinion: Despite painful history, Colorado’s tribal nations and Fort Lewis College found path toward reconciliation2019-11-11T12:24:15-07:00