Class Year

2019

Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Spring 2018

Department 1

Africana Studies

Abstract

The Dakota Access Pipeline and the events of the accompanying protests are contemporary examples of environmental injustice, with the Standing Rock Nation facing a majority of the injustice. Analyzing Sioux history, the pipeline's previous routes, and the police and state responses to the "protectors", I propose that the Dakota Access Pipeline is a form of distributive, procedural, and substantive injustice.

Comments

Written as a research paper for Africana Studies 250: Race and Housing.

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