Protecting Oak Flat and Other Indigenous Sacred Places


Location: Virtual Event

Join us for a discussion about the importance of adequate protections for Indigenous sacred places in North America, along with the current fight to save Oak Flat. Our panelists will share perspectives on a history of broken promises and government divestiture of tribal homelands, along with updates on litigation, possible political solutions, and other potential issues on the horizon. Speakers include:

  • Kristen Carpenter – Professor, University of Colorado Law School
  • Suzan Shown Harjo – President, The Morning Star Institute
  • Stephen Pevar – Senior Staff Attorney, ACLU
  • Michalyn Steele – Professor, BYU Law School

Registration is required. Register here.

Co-sponsors: Sustainability Minor, Native American Initiatives, Native American Student Association of Notre Dame & the American Catholic Schools Network


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