Mni Wiconi, Water is Life!: Indigenous Resistance at Standing Rock Panel

April 7, 5-7pm
Parkway Ballroom in the Plemmons Student Union
Free and open to the community
Part of the Equity in Action Conference

On April 7 as part of the Equity in Action Conference at Appalachian State University, three members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians will share stories and insight from their experience as water protectors in Standing Rock, North Dakota. The panelists will explore the significance of the #NoDAPL movement and discuss what comes next in the struggle for indigenous sovereignty and environmental justice.

The panel is co-sponsored by the Department of Anthropology, Department of Sustainable Development, Native American Student Association, Multicultural Student Development Center, Belk Library, and the College of Arts and Sciences.

For fuller program information, see the Library Guide

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