A photo exhibit highlighting recent American Indian activism has opened at the American Indian Movement Interpretive Center, 1113 E. Franklin Av. in Minneapolis.

Included are photographs of the Dakota Access pipeline protests at North Dakota's Standing Rock Indian Reservation, the Justice for Jason Walk to protest alleged excessive force by law enforcement at the Bad River Reservation in Wisconsin, and two demonstrations protesting the use of the Washington Redskins' and Kansas City Chiefs' nicknames when they played the Vikings in Minneapolis.

There are also photos of the On the Red Road Pow Wow, the annual sobriety celebration held on New Year's Eve at the Minneapolis Indian Center, at 1530 E. Franklin Av.

The exhibit, which opened Friday, will continue at least through the summer, said Eric Byrd, the AIM Interpretive Center's curator.

The center is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, as well as by appointment. For more information, go to www.aim-ic.org or call 612-886-2107.