Tue, May 04 | Zoom

Jacqueline Keeler, Standoff: Standing Rock, the Bundy movement, and the American Story of Sacred Land

Jaqueline Keeler will be in conversation with Nick Estes, co-founder of Red Nation. Standoff is a compelling comparison of clashing beliefs and legal systems, an examination of deep-rooted cultural conflict and the unequal application of justice.
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Jacqueline Keeler, Standoff: Standing Rock, the Bundy movement, and the American Story of Sacred Land

Date, Time & Location

May 04, 6:00 PM MDT
Zoom

About the Event

To join us on Zoom, please register here.

Standoff: Standing Rock, the Bundy Movement, and the American Story of Sacred Land can be purchased from CW here.

In 2016, the world witnessed two standoffs: the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's protest against an oil pipeline in North Dakota and the armed takeover of Oregon's Malheur Wildlife Refuge led by the Bundy family. These events unfolded in vastly different ways, from media coverage to the reactions of law enforcement. In Standoff, Jacqueline Keeler examines these episodes as two sides of the same story that created America and its deep-rooted cultural conflicts.

About the Author

Jacqueline Keeler is a Diné/Ihanktonwan Dakota writer living in Portland, Oregon. She is editor of the anthology Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for the Bears Ears and has contributed to many publications including The Nation, Yes! magazine, and Salon. Additional info and publications can be found here.

About Nick Estes

Nick Estes is a citizen of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe. He is the co-found of Red Nation, and an Assistant Professor in the American Studies Department at the University of New Mexico. Further information on Red Nation can be found here, additional musings and information from Nick Estes can be found here.