On November 29, 1864 Col. John Chivington led an attack against a group of Cheyenne and Arapaho camped in Southeast Colorado. Chivington and his soldiers killed approximately 200 Cheyenne and Arapaho people - mostly women, children, and elders. Many of those killed were also mutilated."Sacred Steps: Remembering Sand Creek" is a behind-the-scenes look. Through interviews with tribal elders, runners, and observers, the audience will gain an understanding of the emotions Sand Creek evokes. From the... [see more] opening ceremonies, each day of the Healing Run, the candle light vigil, and the last day's walk through downtown Denver, Sacred Steps brings these experiences to life.