#NODAPL: INDIGENOUS RESISTANCE AT STANDING ROCK
On February 16th, WGS hosted three scholars and activists who have been deeply involved in the movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline, the opposition to it by Indigenous peoples (particularly the Standing Rock Sioux), and the environmental and colonial stakes of this struggle. This event was co-sponsored by the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program and the Office of Intercultural Engagement.
The guest speakers were:
– Jaskiran Dhillon, New School
– Melanie Yazzie, University of California, Riverside
– Nick Estes, University of New Mexico
From Left to Right: Jasmine Harcum (WGS Student Worker), Nick Estes, Melanie Yazzie, Jaskiran Dhillon.