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Native Artists Respond To Standing Rock And The No-DAPL Movement

1234 Beyond Standing Rock

February 22, 2019 – Correspondent Antonia Gonzales looks at how Native American artists are using their creativity to highlight political and social activism. She visits the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe to explore the Beyond Standing Rock exhibit, which features Native American artists’ perspectives on the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline and the No-DAPL movement.

The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture welcomes the public to an opening reception and panel discussion of Beyond Standing Rock.  An opening reception is planned for Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 1-4 p.m. The artists’ panel begins at 2 p.m. The Museum is located at 710 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe.

Guest:

C.L. Kieffer Nail, exhibit curator at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

Protecting Water In Standing Rock And New Mexico

New Mexico in Focus: Standing Rock

February 10, 2017 - The Cheyenne River Sioux and Standing Rock Sioux tribes have vowed to continue to fight the Dakota Access Pipeline in court. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approved a final easement for the project earlier this week.

New Mexico filmmaker Tony Estrada was at the Oceti Sakowin, Rosebud Sioux, Hunkpapa Sioux and Sacred Stone camps from November through December, and spoke with some water protectors who came from New Mexico to support opposition to the project. This week we hear what they said about the connections between what's happening at Standing Rock and environmental concerns back home.

Featured in the film:

Amber Morningstar Byars
Oklahoma Choctaw | student, Institute of American Indian Arts

Doreen Bird
Santo Domingo Pueblo, NM water protector

Vanessa Bowen
Diné | Albuquerque, NM artist/writer

David Naranjo
Santa Clara, San Juan & Cochiti Pueblos, NM | student, Institute of American Indian Arts

Benjamin Shendo
Jemez & Cochiti Pueblos, NM water protector

April Goltz
Albuquerque, NM freelance writer

Carol Davis
Diné | Diné CARE coordinator

Brett A. Myrick
Navy Seal Veteran, gourd dance & eagle warrior societies

Earl Tulley
Diné | Diné CARE board VP

Graham Biyáál
Diné | Shiprock, NM water protector


RESOURCES AND ADDITIONAL READING:

New Mexico in Focus - From New Mexico to Standing Rock
National Native News: Dakota Access Pipeline