Taking Children, Taking the Land: Nick Estes with Rebecca Nagle


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Nick Estes put recent headlines surrounding the discovery of mass graves of Native children at Canadian residential schools into historical context. The removal of Indigenous children from their communities and families has a long genocidal legacy that persists today, well beyond the boarding school era in Canada and the United States. The attack on Indigenous children is an attack on Indigenous sovereignty and land, and there is an urgency to uphold protections that are under assault by the right-wing, such as the Indian Child Welfare Act. He was joined in conversation with Rebecca Nagle after giving his presentation.


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Taking Children, Taking the Land with Nick Estes and Rebecca Nagle | Duration: 1:26:16

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Taking Children, Taking the Land with Nick Estes and Rebecca Nagle


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Nick Estes

Nick Estes is a citizen of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe. He is the author of Our History Is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous...

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Rebecca Nagle

Rebecca Nagle is an award-winning journalist and citizen of the Cherokee Nation. Nagle hosted Crooked Media’s podcast This Land, telling the story of a Supreme Court case about tribal land in...

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