November 16, 2021
Episode 24: On Native American Land
McGirt v. Oklahoma may be the most consequential recent Supreme Court case that you have never heard of. McGirt, decided in July 2020, stunned many Court watchers and Indian Law experts. Rather than uphold white political dominance, the Supreme Court ruled that a sizeable portion of Oklahoma remains Native American land. Why is this so consequential? Christopher Wright Durocher speaks with Amb. Keith Harper (Ret.) and Professor Maggie Blackhawk to answer this and other questions about McGirt and its enduring impact.
Episode Host: Christopher Wright Durocher, ACS Senior Director of Policy and Program
- Amb. Keith M. Harper (ret.), ACS Board of Directors and Chair of the Native American Practice at Jenner and Block
- Maggie Blackhawk, NYU Law
- Supreme Court decision in McGirt v. Oklahoma
- "On Power & the Law: McGirt v. Oklahoma" by Maggie Blackhawk
- This Land Podcast
- Turtle Talk blog
- Tribal Supreme Court Project
- Indian Country Today. Digital. Indigenous. News.
- Indianz. Native American news, information and entertainment.
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