A free panel discussion to learn diverse Native perspectives on the Dakota Access Pipeline will be held Monday, October 31, 3 p.m. in the Crosby Seminar Room, 240 Northrop at the University of Minnesota. It is being hosted by the Institute for Advanced Study.
The event is titled: Sovereignty Matters: Perspectives on the Dakota Access Pipeline Project. According to the on-line announcement:
This panel will present the various perspectives at stake in the DAPL case, from historical, legal, environmental, cultural, and personal viewpoints. How does this case speak to the state of American Indian sovereignty today? Does Federal ambivalence indicate an admission that Native/state relations require attention? What is at stake for Standing Rock and all Native nations?
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