Since their announcement, the Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipeline projects have raised complex social and political responses, resulting in significant anti-pipeline protests. Join Associate Professor of Law and Fulbright American Scholar Jessica Shoemaker for a brief overview of the legal context in which these protests have occurred in the United States, what these protests may reveal about tensions involved in property rights and the evolving efforts at reconciliation with Indigenous peoples in the United States and Canada.
Monday, April 8
Roger Epp Conference Room, Forum
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$5 lunch available upon registration. Students EAT FREE but must register.