STANDING ROCK

Marlon Sherman discusses topics from treaty law, Tribal law and his philosophy of Cooperative Autonomy.  

Marlon Sherman is a Professor & Department Chair in the HSU Native American Studies Department, specializing in indigenous and tribal law, justice, peacemaking, governance, environment, resource use, culture, history and philosophy.

"We think there are some issues with the decision ... that could be easily reversible under a Trump administration," says Pete Nichols of Waterkeeper Alliance.

Thursday Night Talk: At Standing Rock

Dec 7, 2016
Konrad Fisher

As the Dakota Access Pipeline conflict continues to heat up in the cold of pending winter Eric Kirk discusses the issues of petroleum, water safety, indigenous rights and sovereignty, and the very right to protest. Eric's guests include Konrad Fisher of Klamath Riverkeeper who has just returned from Standing Rock. Tune in and call in December 8 beginning at 7:00.

Theodore James Clemens

Hupa Tribal member Nah-Tes Jackson  and  Klamath Riverkeeper Konrad Fisher talk to KHSU from Standing Rock about water rights and the water protectors.


HSU

Dr. Rossbacher reflects on the connection between the Standing Rock Sioux pipeline protest in North Dakota and Humboldt State. Students have expressed the desire to show their support in person. One student, Conor Handley, is in Standing Rock and providing first-hand accounts of the protest via his Facebook. HSU students have signed petitions, sent letters and held a sunrise ceremony as a way to "stand with Standing Rock".

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