- Raising OUR Voices Together for Change: Activists Share Learned Lessons with Emerged Leaders
Annual lunch featured a discussion between leading activists detailing their stories of facing adversity to become the voices of leadership within their communities.
- Panel to Highlight Alliances Between Native and Non-Native Activists
Learn about the relationships built between Native communities and other groups around the Dakota Access Pipeline protests.
- The Speech Act of Protest
A talk by Mathew Chrisman (Edinburgh) & Graham Hubbs (Idaho)
- Reception: The United States Is Indian Country
Photo exhibit of American Indian activism from Wounded Knee (1973) to present
- A Journey to Freedom: Richard Oakes and a History of Red Power
Dr. Kent Blansett, chair of American Indian Studies at U Minnesota - Morris, will speak on the Red Power movement.