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Title:
Standing with Standing Rock : voices from the #NoDAPL movement
ISBN:
9781517905361
Physical Description:
ix, 420 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents:
Introduction: the black snake, #NoDAPL, and the rise of a people's movement / Nick Estes and Jaskiran Dhillon -- Badass indigenous women caretake relations: #Standingrock, #IdleNoMore, #BlackLivesMatter / Kim TallBear -- In the beginning / Mark K. Tilsen -- "This fight has become my life, and it's not over": an interview with Zaysha Grinnell / Jaskiran Dhillon -- Traditional leadership and the Oceti Sakowin: an interview with Lewis Grassrope / Nick Estes -- Taking a stand at Standing Rock / David Archambault II -- "They took our footprint out of the ground": an interview with LaDonna Bravebull Allard / Nick Estes -- Mnisose / Craig Howe and Tyler Young -- Mni Wiconi: water is [more than] life / Edward Valandra -- The Great Sioux Nation and the resistence to colonial land grabbing / Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz -- The supreme law of the land: Standing Rock and the Dakota Access Pipeline / Jeffrey Ostler and Nick Estes -- Striking at the heart of the capital: international financial institutions and indigenous peoples' human rights / Michelle L. Cook -- Beyond environmentalism: #NoDAPL as assertion of tribal sovereignty / Andrew Curley -- Resolutions / Layli Long Soldier -- Centering sovereignty: how Standing Rock changed the conversation / Elizabeth Ellis -- Counterterrorism tactics at Standing Rock / Alleen Brown, Will Parrish, and Alice Speri -- Heal the people, heal the land: an interview with Freda Huson / Anne Spice -- The financing problem of colonialism: how indigenous jurisdiction is valued in pipeline politics / Shiri Pasternak, Katie Mazer, and D.T. Cochrane -- What Standing Rock teaches us about environmental justice / Jaskiran Dhillon -- Red praxis: lessons from Mashantucket to Standing Rock / Sandy Grande, Natalie Avalos, Jason Mancini, Christopher Newell, and endawnis Spears -- For Standing Rock: a moving dialogue / Tomoki Mari Birkett and Teresa Montoya -- A lesson in natural law / Marcella Gilbert -- Standing Rock: the actualization of a community and movement / Sarah Sunshine Manning -- #NoDAPL syllabus project / The New York City Stands with Standing Rock Collective -- Lessons from the land: peace through relationship / Michelle Latimer -- Wake work versus work of settler memory: modes of solidarity in #NoDAPL, Black Lives Matter, and anti-Trumpism / Kevin Bruyneel -- Threats of violence: refusing the thirty meter telescope and Dakota Access Pipeline / David Uahikeaikalei'ohu Maile -- Decolonize this place and radical solidarity: an interview with Nitasha Dhillon and Amin Husain / Jaskiran Dhillon -- Death of hydra / Joel Waters -- Mapping a many-headed hydra: transational infrastructures of extraction and resistance / Katie Mazer, Martin Danyluk, Elise Hunchuck, and Deborah Cowen.
Summary:
"Amid the Standing Rock movement to protect the land and the water that millions depend on for life, the Oceti Sakowin (the Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota people) reunited. Through poetry and prose, essays, photography, interviews, and polemical interventions, the contributors reflect on Indigenous history and politics and on the movement's significance. Their work challenges our understanding of colonial history not simply as "lessons learned" but as essential guideposts for activism"--
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