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Choose Love Not Hate: Bacone College Celebrates Martin Luther King’s Message
Bacone College students, faculty and community leaders came together Monday, January 19 to not only celebrate the life of Dr...
10 Things You Need To Know When Being Questioned By the Police
Videos circulating the Internet show regular, unthreatening people of color calmly asking why a police officer is arresting them...
Sign This: Another Petition to Remove Andrew Jackson from the $20 Bill
“Andrew Jackson was a racist president that sympathized with the South regarding slavery, and supported the forced removal of thousands of Native Americans from their traditional h...
Ferguson Impressed Urgency of ACLU Police Watch App: Now in Four States, and Expanding
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has launched a Police Watch smartphone app for Android phones...
Judge's Racist Emails—Are Native Plaintiffs Getting Closer?
“Bias destroys our communities,” said Blackfeet tribal member Lita Pepion, board member of Indian Peoples Action, in Butte, Montana...
Attorney General Holder to Step Down After 6 Years
His career started 40 years ago in the Justice Department, where he’s served under six Presidents – Democrat and Republican – all while standing by the ideal of equal justice under...
Maine Paper Completes 29-Part Series on Passamaquoddy Tribe
A Maine newspaper’s unprecedented 29-part series on the triumphs and tragedies of the Passamaquoddy people concluded on Sunday, July 27...
Unsettled: Triumph and Tragedy in Maine’s Indian Country
For readers who thought of the mid-1960s civil rights struggle as taking place in the American South, the opening chapters of a 29-part series now being published by the Portland P...
Native History: Court Rules an Indian Is a Man With Rights
This Date in Native History: On May 12, 1879, 135 years ago, Ma-Chu-nah Zah or Chief Standing Bear was declared a man in the federal courts of the United States...
Playing 'Indian' and Color-Blind Racism
Dwanna L. Robertson
We all know it’s
time of year. I wrote about
around the same time last year....
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