Symposium Videos - International Law - Future Impacts on the Tribal-Federal Relationship

The University of Tulsa College of Law Presents 

Friday, October 8, 2010

Welcome Video
Bill Rice, Professor, TU College of Law
Gary Allison, Vice Dean, TU College of Law

Session 1

Wilton Littlechild Video
"For Respect and Recognition!" (Indigenous Peoples International Work)
Robert "Tim" Coulter Video
"The Beginnings and the Present Relevance of the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples"

Session 2

Julian Burger Video
"Indigenous Peoples and the United Nations - Some Good Runs but the Match is Not Over"

Lunch Guest Speaker

Walter Echo-Hawk Video
"The Impact of the U.N. Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples on the Future of Federal Indian Law"

Session 3

Elizabeth Kronk Video
"Modern Miner's Canary: The Effects of Climate Change on Indigenous Communities in China and the United States"
Rebecca Tsosie Video
"The Future of Tribal Self-Determination: Does U.S. Federal Indian Law Meet International Standards for Indigenous Rights?"

Session 4

Aliza Organick Video
"Re-envisioning Tribal and State Relationships: The Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as a Blueprint?"
Joshua Cooper Video
Lecturer in Political Science and Journalism at the University of Hawai'i