Conference to Focus on Indian Perspectives on Keystone Pipelines
This year’s American Indian History Conference will focus on Indian perspectives on the Keystone pipeline project. SDSU hosts “Homeland and Heartland: Tribal Responses to the Keystone Pipeline Project” Wednesday, March 28, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Volstorff Ballroom, Student Union.
Conference speakers include the following:
- Tim Mentz, Sr., tribal consultant, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
- Russell Eagle Bear, historic preservation officer, Rosebud Sioux Tribe
- Charmaine White Face, Defenders of the Black Hills, Oglala Sioux Tribe
- Phyllis Young, council member, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe