How to Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2021 in Phoenix

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How to Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2021 in Phoenix
How to Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2021 in Phoenix

Last year was the first year the state of Arizona recognized Indigenous Peoples Day, and while the recognition of the day has not yet been legally signed and Columbus Day has not been replaced, the indigenous peoples in the community are moving the important recognition with a Variety of solemn events on and around October 11th Indigenous People’s Day Events to enjoy.Thrillist TV10. OctoberIndigenous People’s Day AZ invites the community to take part in their virtual day of exercise – be it walking, yoga or skateboarding. This year’s theme is “Relationships Are Medicine” and encourages participants to reflect on their relationship with everything from the world around them to their breath. Videos of speakers such as Mildred Ethel Youvella and Tomas Karmelo Amaya will also be posted on the event’s Facebook page ‘Day celebrates Native American artists, musicians, filmmakers, writers and chefs. Enjoy music from DJ Just In, see live art performances by Selina Scott and Di’Orr Greenwood (to name a few), and hear speakers like Melody Lewis and Radmilla Cody. Day Oct 11, Hosted by Cahokia, an indigenous-run art space, and Hakiri Coffee, this free morning bike tour offers participants a chance to celebrate the achievements of the indigenous community while reflecting on the lost members of the community. The ride begins at Blackbird Bike Co. at 6:30 a.m. More information: www.instagram.com/p/CUbzObmLoU9/?utm_medium=share_sheetCahokia LLC October 11, Celebrate the grand opening of Cahokia, the first indigenous women’s art and culture Social technology place in the country. “Cahokia” refers to a real place and time in history and refers to an indigenous city in pre-colonial times. At its peak, Cahokia was the largest city ever built north of Mexico, stretching over 6 square miles. The space offers a podcast recording studio, art gallery, retail space, a secluded work area, and more. Buy tickets here. October 11th Indigenous Peoples Day Arizona is hosting two virtual events to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day. In the morning, a prayer and conversation with IPDAZ organizers Tina Austin and Laura Medina will be posted on social media. This afternoon there will be a decolonization Zoom. More info: www.facebook.com/ipdazWant you to be more thrillist? Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, TikTok, and Snapchat. Jamie Killin is a Phoenix native and Arizona state graduate specializing in lifestyle and feature writing. You can usually find them in the spin studio, at a concert or trying out new restaurants across the valley. Follow her at @jamiefayekillin.

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