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Engaging Local and State Governments Can Be Difficult, But Should Be Done
It may be useful for tribal governments to engage in cooperative government relations with local cities, counties, and states...
Is Keeping Communal Land Possible?
Is it possible to keep communal indigenous land within a market-based world? Land is an essential economic resource and symbolic entity for tribal communities...
Clinton or Trump? Who Should Natives Support
As an American Indian citizen, who should one vote for: Clinton or Trump? Political parties in the United States reflect differing values about current and future U.S. well being...
Clinton, Democrats and Strengthening Indian Policy
If Hillary Clinton became president she would have a great opportunity to strengthen Indian policy...
Subsistence and Sport Hunters: Individual Rights and Cultural Traditions
What is the difference between indigenous subsistence hunters and sports hunters? This issue has been part of a legal and political debate in Alaska since 1971...
UNDRIP and Plurinationalism Can Accommodate Indigenous Political Needs
The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples ( UNDRIP ) provides a framework for Indigenous Peoples to form local governments and cooperate with national poli...
The Indigenous Canary in the Coal Mine
Are indigenous relations a sign of the health of the U.S. or nation state political well-being? Does the miner’s canary work the same for Indigenous Peoples?...
US and Indigenous Plurinationalism
How does the United States stack up when measured against the recent movement toward Indigenous Plurinationalism?...
5 Universities for Native Students to Check Out: 2016 Hot List
Debra Utacia Krol
Feeling like college is far out of reach for you? Don’t have the fortitude—or the credit rating—to take on six-figure debt for that sheepskin?...
Starting at an Indigenous Place to Interpret Indigenous Cultures
Contemporary academic writings about Indigenous Peoples often do not analyze indigenous cultures...
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