- UCSB Pollock Theater
Congregating at the Oceti Sakowin Camp in North Dakota, the largest historical gathering of Native American tribes rose to national and international attention as they and their allies stood in solidarity against the Dakota Access
Pipeline. The Chumash Coastal Band will formally welcome Winona LaDuke, an internationally renowned indigenous activist, for a screening of Lucien Reed’s 2016 short Mni Wiconi. LaDuke, Executive Director and co-founder of Honor the Earth, will speak to the successes and continued struggles faced by those moving from Standing Rock to Washington, D.C. and beyond.
CO-SPONSORED BY EOP, THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE PROJECT, UCSB CRITICAL ISSUES IN AMERICA: "CLIMATE FUTURES: THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING,” AND THE CENTER FOR BLACK STUDIES RESEARCH.