Carol Harvey



Navajo attorney Carol Harvey gave a fascinating Indian law presentation to the Circle on November 19, 2019.  Carol has a deep knowledge of property, contract, energy and Indian law and history, based on her successful career representing corporations and tribes.  She has collected documents showing the shocking conflicts of interest and greed of the founding fathers behind the Marshall Trilogy (i.e., the three opinions written by Chief Justice John Marshall of the United States Supreme Court in the early 1800s under which a sovereign nation that “discovers” land occupied by heathens (non-Christians) obtains title to those lands, regardless of the separation of Church and State and freedom of religion under our Constitution).  Carol deftly illustrates the corrupt history of the Doctrine of Discovery and then brings it forward to dire predictions of more conquests in our near future.  Carol is a brilliant and impassioned speaker who wants to teach Native youth that tribes fought back – we did not roll over and passively accept the loss of our lands, and we did not lose our right to tribal self-governance.  Please reach out to Carol at if you would like to hear her presentation, or learn more at


Osiyo Craft Circle!
Our next gathering is:
Saturday October 19, 2019
12:30 – 3:30 following the general meeting
Highlands United Methodist Church
3131 Osceola St., Denver, CO
Upstairs Parlor room
We will be making chokers with Jim Kemp. All the needed materials will be provided. There is no charge unless you choose some of the more expensive beads, etc. If possible, please let Jim know if you plan to come so he has enough materials; although he will bring extras just in case you forget. 
Jim’s contact is ‭(303) 598-5803,

Everyday Hero

Lynne Holman

Thought I'd tell you last Thursday Lynne was surprised and presented a 7 Everyday Hero award by Ch 7. It will show Sept 8 10pm and a few times thereafter. The news anchor Molly then interviewed Lynne for about 15 min about the festival.

CoCC Election Sept

It’s been very quiet as to response for volunteers to run for council. At least one current council member will not be returning, he is moving out of country. Colorado Cherokee circle can only continue with your support.