A look at two invented statuses tied together in history – the corporate persons and those described as domestic, dependent nations.
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The President’s recent actions deny Indigenous Peoples’ right to due process, violate federal law, and disregard international human rights norms.
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Staff at the White Buffalo Calf Woman Society discovered that Native youth sex offenders fall into an entirely different category than adult offenders.
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World Water Day: Standing With Water Protectors Everywhere March 22 is World Water Day, started by the United Nations in 1993, and this year’s theme is wastewater, there’s no escaping the fact that we all contain it.—as in, the futility…..
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A Suncor oil refinery near Denver, Colorado, belched toxic gases into the air for the second time in five months, according to reports.
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Tom O’Halleran traveled an unusual road from a rough Chicago neighborhood to the representative from Arizona’s 1st Congressional District.
Chaco Canyon, the haunting pinnacle of the ancient Anasazi civilization, beckons even as it is besieged by fracking operations.
Indigenous sovereignty is an oxymoron; it is the combination of two mutually exclusive terms that cancel each other out. It is incoherent.
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Tensions may ramp up in 2017 as the end of the Seneca gaming compact with New York approaches. No more money for nothing for the state.
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Julian SpearChief-Morris, Blood Tribe, is the first indigenous student to be elected president of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau in the bureau’s 104-year history.
The White Buffalo Calf Woman Society sets a path for redemption for Native youth sex offenders.
The Oregon tribe is working with public schools to address their use of Indian imagery and to include tribal history in the classrooms.
Done right, games have the potential to be self-determined spaces, where Indigenous people can express themselves on their own terms.
Andrew Jackson is the United States’ seventh president and a figure many people believe to be evil incarnate.
Doesn’t it seem that we are all living in a reality show called ‘Keeping up with the Trumps.’
‘Here we are again,’ said Chairman Larry Wright of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska.
SEATTLE – Traditional foods with a twist. Snack bites from Tlingit country, made from coho salmon and spruce tips. Affordable art by a famous Northwest Coast Native artist (and it comes with chocolate!). Here are some very cool products that have emerged recently from Northwest Native America.
Art and chocolate: Three chocolate tins offered by noted Canadian chocolatier Rogers’ Chocolates feature art by Richard Hunt, the Kwaguilth artist and member of the Hunt family of artists.
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President Donald Trump has a complicated relationship with Indian killer Andrew Jackson – a bro-mance of sorts if you will.
Seven videos showing families dealing with diabetes in Indian country have been created at the University of Oklahoma as a way to inspire other families dealing with it.
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On March 10, 2017, thousands of Indigenous activists from across the country gathered in Washington, D.C. for the Native Nations March to protest the Dakota Access pipeline and President Trump’s executive order allowing Energy Transfer Partners to commence building the uncompleted portion of the pipeline, directly adjacent to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. Led by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, the march began at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers headquarters and ended at Lafayette Square across from the White House.
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The Protect Sovereign Native Art Initiative, launched in February, seeks to curb the manufacture, marketing and sale of fake Native jewelry and art.
Make or break moment awaits as Speaker Paul Ryan needs 216 votes to move his health care reform proposal on to the Senate. The vote is today.
Is the Trump administration on the wrong side of a Deep State conspiracy? depends on who you ask.
The story of Alaska and Montana is not front and center in the health care debate in the House. But it should be.
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