Sousa on the Rez is part of the University of Minnesota
This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Doors open at 5:30pm and the film
|Website for In Whose Honor, Jay Rosenstein Productions|
The Department of American Indian Studies and the Circle of Indigenous Nations held a panel discussion called, "American Indian Sovereignty Matters." It was a great discussion!
Jillian Rowan ~ Welcome
Cantemaza ~ Blessing, 1862/ Dakota Homelands
Professor Jean O’Brien ~ Department of American Indian Studies, University of Minnesota
Professor David Wilkins ~ Sovereignty 101
Professor Clint Carroll ~ The Environment of American Indian Sovereignty
Professor Brendan Fairbanks ~ Language Sovereignty: Ojibwe People's Dictionary
Professor Kat Hayes ~ Sovereignty and Archaeological Heritage
Professor David Chang ~ the Global and the Local
There are many resources to find out more about American Indian Sovereignty and the history of the Dakota and Ojibwe in Minnesota. Below are just a few resources from the University of Minnesota Library Collections. I'm also including a few websites that may be of interest based on topics brought up during the panel.
Gray Wolf info from the MN DNR and an article from the Star Tribune written by Clint Caroll in response to wolf hunting, titled, Minnesota Wolf Policy Should Include Ojibwe Perspective
|Mni Sota Makoce: The Land of the Dakota by Gwen Westerman and Bruce White|
|Custer Died For Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto by Vine Deloria, Jr.|
|Behind the Trail of Broken Treaties: An Indian Declaration of Independence by Vind Deloria Jr.|