Location: SCSU Atwood Theatre
Time: Wednesday, March 29, 2017 - 12:00pm
#NoDAPL has focused the country on the realities of, and atrocities against, Native peoples not only at Standing Rock, but throughout the history of colonization, state violence, and broken treaties. l concentrate on the connection of colonialism and the pipeline, as well as the rise of rape and abuse in North Dakota and South Dakota due to man camps.
Presenter: Hapistinna Graci Horne is a Minnesota raised artist, activist and mother whose bands are the Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota people and Hunkpapa Lakota/Dakota people. She holds a degree in Museum Studies from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico with expertise in exhibition design, planning, and curation, as well as educational programming, including using art to raise consciousness and engage viewers to preserve the earth. Horne is also the co-creator of a healing circle and art event called “Kik Ta!/ Wake Up!,” that took place at Standing Rock for sexual assault survivors.