|A protester at Standing Rock in November 2016 watches the police convene.|
Image Courtesy of Origins, The Ohio State University; and Avantgardens' Facebook.
Check out the Origins Podcast by the History Departments of The Ohio State University and Miami University episode entitled Native Sovereignty and the Dakota Access Pipeline!
- Dr. David Nichols, Associate Professor of History, Indiana State University;
- Dr. Christine Ballengee-Morris, Professor of Arts Administration, Education and Policy and Program Director of American Indian Studies, The Ohio State University; and
- Dr. Daniel Rivers, Associate Professor of History, The Ohio State University.
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(27 minutes and 52 seconds)
For more information,
- Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
- Stand with Standing Rock
- "Treaties and Sovereign Performances, from Westphalia to Standing Rock"
- Dr. David Nichols, February 2017.
- "UN Permanent Forum Rebukes U.S. for Ignoring Standing Rock and Other Tribal Nations"
- Indian Country Today, September 2, 2016.
- "Over 1,200 Archaeologists, Museum Directors Urge Obama Administration to Halt Destruction of Cultural Resources on Dakota Access Pipeline Route"
- Levi Rickert, Native News Online.net, September 21, 2016.
- Little Big Horn Battlefield Among National Parks Offering Fee-Free Days
- February 1, 2017.