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Being a Native in the Field of Law Videos

Episode 5: Making Sense of Diversity: Women in Multiple Identities; Intercultural Network Southeast

Tribal Justice and Law Professor: Angelique EagleWoman

Minnesota American Indian Bar Association, Chair of the Student Recruitment Committee, 2020

Associate Justice of the SWO Supreme Court: Swearing In Ceremony

Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate Tribal Council Channel, 2020

Wambdi Wastewin: Attorney (Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota Nation)

Indian Lawyers: Translators of Two Worlds - Chapter 3

Law School Admission Council, 2001


Videos on Native Topics

The Rule of Law, the Supremacy Clause, and Permanent Homelands Through Treaties

Constitution Day Keynote, Co-sponsored by the Color of Law Roundtable Discussion Series, Clason Speaker Series, Center for Social Justice, Institute for Legislative and Governmental Affairs, and the Diversity and Outreach Committee, 2020.

Aboriginal Justice Systems: Envisioning First Nations Community Courts

Indigenous Initiatives Office Speaker Series, University of Toronto Faculty of Law, 2017

Native Law and Treaties

Keynote Address, Native American Presence in Southern Idaho Conference, Co-sponsored by the Kessler-Keener Foundation and the Red River Pow Wow Association, Boise, Idaho, 2014

Angelique EagleWoman: The Importance of Eagle Feathers

The Feather Project, 2010

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