Episode 3: Standing Rock
January 25, 2017
Interchange is a humanities project and talk show style event where artists, activists & entrepreneurs with different ideas and perspectives come together to address multiple topics and provoke thoughtful dialogue. We don’t necessarily need a solution when we’re finished, though a good mind flush of new ideas and creativity can offer wisdom and perspective to our own process and development. By doing so, we create a level platform for history, politics, religion, philosophy, criticism, ethics, self-consciousness, reason, creativity, human values and aspirations. We’ll develop our dialogue into a podcast that will be available worldwide.
- Chuck Peck- Energy Industry
- Brian Gootkin- Gallatin County Sheriff
- Meg Singer- Indigenous Justice Outreach Coordinator for the ACLU
- Jessica Sena- Communications Advisor, Montana Petroleum Association
- Darrin Old Coyote- Former Crow Tribal Chairman
- Jesse Barney- Activist
- KD Segura- Organizer, Activist.
- Brent Mead- Montana Policy Institute
Land use, treaty rights, our reliance on petroleum products, energy, the history of the area, the camps, activism, colonization, water protectors, police and more.
Produced by: Dylan Jesse, Justin Wayne, Susan Carstensen & Tate Chamberlin
Music: Nintendeaux & Dubuddha
Moderator: Tate Chamberlin
Photo by: MT Shots Photography
Photos by: Ben Johnson