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Not Yet America's Best Idea: Law, Inequality, And Grand Canyon National Park, Sarah Krakoff
Even the nation’s most cherished and protected public lands are not spaces apart from the workings of law, politics, and power. This Essay explores that premise in the context of Grand Canyon National Park. On the occasion of the Park’s 100th Anniversary, it examines how law — embedded in a political economy committed to rapid growth and development in the southwestern United States — facilitated the violent displacement of indigenous peoples and entrenched racialized inequalities in the surrounding region. It also explores law’s shortcomings in the context of sexual harassment and discrimination within the Park. The Essay concludes by ...
Keynote Address: Indigenous Peoples And Their Mark On The International Legal System, S. James Anaya
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