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Search for sovereignty: Protecting tribes from the Supreme Court
BOSTON - Under the shadow of a U.S. Supreme Court that "doesn't get it," the field of American Indian law is turning an ear to critics of the U.S...
Wilkins: Indigenous nations as reserved sovereigns
David E Wilkins
"The vaccination will come from the same society as the disease." - Leonardo Vitteri "The Master's tools will never dismantle the Master's house." - Audre Lord These two powerful a...
Mohawk: Law and politics in Indian country
There is no question that indigenous peoples enjoyed sovereignty. They made their own laws and rules and they had power to enforce those laws...
Newcomb: Pretension as the rule of U.S. Indian Law
Federal Indian law is a language system, originally created by white men in the past whose job it was to think and write about Indians and about the relationship between Indian nat...
Harjo: Indian laws and Tribal lawmakers
Suzan Shown Harjo
A certain Indian leader was on the witness stand in federal court a few decades ago...
Analysis: Project to educate the Supreme Court
WASHINGTON - The United States Supreme Court has the awesome responsibility of protecting the rights and liberties of all Americans...
Tribal legal economics 'vary dramatically'
NEW YORK - The economics of being a tribal lawyer "vary dramatically," according to attorney Cate Stetson...
Overview: Judicial review makes Supreme Court a partner in government
WASHINGTON - French political philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville once commented on the uniqueness of the U.S...
Akwesasne compact ruled invalid; Is this much ado about nothing?
ALBANY, N.Y. - The New York Court of Appeals has ruled that a 1993 gaming compact between the St. Regis Mohawk Indians and the State of New York is invalid...
Adam Beach stars as Navajo Police Officer Jim Chee
JEMEZ MTS., N.M. - A noisy air conditioner blasts frigid air through the window of a small trailer parked in a dusty clearing...
Native leaders transcending borders and barriers
WASHINGTON - Even after decades of debate, some members of the media continue to stereotype Native Americans...
Twins raise funds for reunion: 9/11 babies will converge on NYC
FAITH, S.D. - Twins born in South Dakota will be part of a reunion of babies from across the United States born on Sept. 11, 2001...
Wolfe named Diversity Scholar
OMAHA, Neb. - An athlete, student leader and resident of the Omaha Reservation, Taria Wolfe has been busy...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
Here it is June and many folks are - and have been - hitting the pow wow trail. If you travel far and wide in this endeavor, you may be the luckiest people alive...
Iroquois Condolence Ceremony
On Memorial Day, an Iroquois Condolence Ceremony was held at Arlington National Cemetery...
National boycott has impact: South Dakota responds to influx of comments
Lummi master carver awarded Human Rights Award
BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Jewell Praying Wolf James, master carver of the Lummi Nation, has received the Human Rights Award from the Whatcom Human Rights Task Force...
Is vigilantism and 'lynch law' still the rule?
Native Currents is a new addition to our editorial page. It will occasionally replace one of our two customary weekly editorials...
Qitsualik: The Smoking Man
Rachel A Qitsualik
The smoking man sat on a bench, with little movement other than the occasional shift of his legs, crossed in an S in front of him. What was he thinking? I wondered...
Canadian caf? bucks corporate lawsuit
MASSET, British Columbia - Some strange brew is cooking in a caf? in an isolated British Columbia village and it's more than just the java being served...
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