Politics and Robes: Navajo vs. Arizona

by Tatkon Center for New Students

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Fri, Mar 3, 2023

4 PM – 5 PM EST (GMT-5)

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Join the North Campus faculty-in-residence and the Tatkon Center for New Students for a series for new students to learn about some of the key cases on the Supreme Court docket. Each session will be facilitated by a legal scholar and a content expert.

Federal law decides who has rights to the waters of the Colorado River, which is essential to the Navajo Reservation. Is the federal government required to consider the Navajo Nation's needs when allocating Colorado River water rights?

This event is co-sponsored by Akwe:kon and the American Indian and Indigenous Studies program

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Co-hosted with: Mary Donlon Hall, Court-Kay-Bauer Hall, Mews and Loving House: the LGBTQ+ Living Learning Unit, Clara Dickson Hall, Low Rises 6 & 7, Akwe:kon, Toni Morrison Hall, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hall, Barbara McClintock Hall, Hu Shih Hall, American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program

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