E.N. Thompson Forum: Walter Echo-Hawk, “Reckoning and Reconciliation on the Great Plains”

E.N. Thompson Forum: Walter Echo-Hawk, “Reckoning and Reconciliation on the Great Plains”

Walter Echo-Hawk is a Native American attorney, tribal judge, author, activist, and law professor. He represents Indian tribes on important legal issues, such as treaty rights, water rights, religious freedom, prisoner rights, and repatriation rights. His career spans the pivotal years when Indian tribes reclaimed their land, sovereignty, and pride in a stride toward freedom. As a Native American rights attorney since 1973, Echo-Hawk was instrumental in the passage of landmark laws—such as, the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (1990) and the American Indian Religious Freedom Act Amendments (1994). He is also the author of In the Courts of the Conqueror: The 10 Worst Indian Law Cases Ever Decided (2010).
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Event summaries and full biographical information on each of the speakers is available athttps://enthompson.unl.edu

Tickets can be reserved through the Lied Center at http://liedcenter.org, call 402-472-4747 or visit the Lied Center box office, 301 N. 12th St. Forums are general-admission events; seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Events are streamed online on the EN Thompson Forum website. All livestreams will be available on NET, LNKV City and LNKTV Education. Events will also be accessible on campus channel 4 and KRNU radio 90.3 FM. All talks are interpreted or will have closed captioning for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Pre-forum Cooper Conversation salons will be hosted for selected talks in the week previous to that event at a variety of locales. A schedule of listed salons will be available at the Thompson Forum website . 

The E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues is a cooperative project of the Cooper Foundation, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the Lied Center for Performing Arts, and University Honors Program. The E.N. Thompson Forum was established in 1988 with the purpose of bringing a diversity of viewpoints on international and public policy issues to the university and people of Nebraska to promote understanding and encourage discussion.

Location: 
Lied Center for Performing Arts
2022-04-06

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