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“Standing Rock Lives”: <br>On the Persistence of Indigenous Architecture</br>

“Standing Rock Lives”:
On the Persistence of Indigenous Architecture

By Elsa Matossian Hoover – īī∙nǔ∙k̇ǎa∙tsistai’ṗiiyii Above: Two women cross the entrance to Oceti Sakowin camp along the Missouri River. Photo: Jaida Grey Eagle 0. This short piece is intended to open an Indigenous architectural dialog motivated by the power and increasing visibility of land defense action, led primarily by Indigenous women, elders, and young people. […]