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VIEW NOW! Anpetu Wi Dialogues from Standing Rock – Beyond #NoDAPL: Renewable Energy and Self-Determination

Thank you to everyone who joined SAGE on Thursday, December 3rd for the second installment of our monthly talk series, Anpetu Wi Dialogues from Standing Rock

Panelists Christopher Peters, Dallas GoldtoothJoseph McNeil, Jr., Stephan Cheney, and the audience covered topics such as:

  • How rising up to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline ( #NoDAPL) sparked a movement and a renewed sense of power and purpose on a grassroots level
  • The critical importance of sovereignty and self-determination to Indigenous communities
  • Community determined development, and how renewable energy fits in
  • The opportunity and fundamental intention for Indigenous peoples to set the pace in fighting the climate crisis
  • The unique value of the Indigenous perspective in renewable energy development: that we must honor the earth
  • How YOU can contribute to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s ongoing efforts to carry this movement beyond #NoDAPL

    …and much more!

If you missed the conversation, or if you would like to watch it again, we’ve got your back! The full video is available now on Youtube and Facebook

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