Land

December 09, 2011
By:
Monique Vondall-Rieke, J.D.

I read with great surprise that North Dakota resident Sakakawea, who traveled as a guide on the great Lewis and Clark expedition that laid the geographical history of the landscape of early America and helped to locate many of the American Indian tribes, their lands of origin and their

December 02, 2011
By:
Mike Taylor

There was another of those talks on campus one Friday afternoon. The original idea* was proposed by Alexander Abian, a mathematics professor from Iowa who was trained at the University of Chicago and later at the University of Cincinnati.

November 30, 2011
By:
Chuck Trimble

In a letter to the editor of the Syracuse (New York) Post-Standard newspaper, attorney Carrie E.

November 19, 2011
By:
Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva

The Native American community has a long, troubled history

September 30, 2011
By:
Steven T. Newcomb

It is typical to refer to our respective nations and peoples as being "in" Canada or "in" the United States and therefore as being deemed subject to the jurisdictions of those two political constructs called "states" in international law.

August 18, 2011
By:
Tina Marie Osceola

In 2009, Tribes took notice when President Obama ordered the executive branch to develop tribal consultation policies. I remember thinking about how this would play out.

July 25, 2011
By:
Cedric Cromwell

As Chairman of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, I am charged with assisting my people to recover from nearly four centuries of colonization and neglect. The Wampanoag Nation entered into a treaty with the colonists in 1621.

July 25, 2011
By:
Ned Norris, Jr.

Two and a half years ago, the Tohono O'odham Nation announced plans for a major economic development project adjacent to Peoria and Glendale. The West Valley Resort will create 6,000 construction jobs and more than 3,000 permanent jobs, all without a single penny of taxpayer money.

June 04, 2011
By:
Jerilyn DeCoteau

Ten Cent Treaty, Le Pay, allotments in Montana, lease checks the neighbors received, Grandpa saying, "I am still waiting for my allotment." These are words I grew up with.

June 01, 2011
By:
Russell Means

Two weeks ago, I went to New York with a delegation from the Republic of Lakotah, to utilize the annual meeting of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII, May 16-27).

May 29, 2011
By:
Rosita Worl

Over-regulation and anti-Native bias seem to touch every aspect of life for Native peoples in Southeast Alaska, from how our people make teddy bears to whether the U.S. will keep its pledge to restore85,000 acres of our homelands to us.

April 21, 2011
By:
Cheryl Andrews-Maltais

How profoundly disappointing it is to find out that the Department of the Interior has approved Cape Wind’s Construction and Operation Plan (COP); that the decision is not only being rushed through the approval process, but pushed forward without even a courtesy consultation with our Tribe before

April 14, 2011
By:
Tex G. Hall

Recently on the Fox News Channel, contributor John Stossel offered up this gem of ignorance:
 

April 13, 2011
By:
Peter d'Errico

The 300th anniversary of treaties negotiated in the Massachusetts Bay Colony between the Indians and the British king is approaching.

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