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NMAI: Stop Auction of Remains & Items
Angriest Indian Author: Adrian C. Louis
Harsh Wildfire Season on West Coast
Native Students Enjoy IAIA Graduation
What Comes After #NoIWontJustMoveOn?
Tawna Sanchez: ‘We Did It’
Read It and Eat: Literacy and Lunch
Teaching O’odham History in Arizona
Missing Men from Pine Ridge Found Dead
Native PTAC Wins Economic Impact Award
Arthur: Assimilation Answer to 'Problem'
On the Washington Post Redskins Poll
AFME’s Native Stars & Stories
Dakota Access Pipeline Moves Forward
Win Tickets to White House Women Summit
Another Activist Attacked in Honduras
Manning: Sanders Advocates for Tribes
New Research Sinks Bering Strait Theory
'Extreme Heat Week' Focuses on Coping
Cobell Scholarships (Almost) On the Way
Thing About Skins
Plural Ethnicity or Plural Indigeneity?
A central challenge in nation-states is how to address multiplicities, cultures, and indigeneity and simultaneously preserve equality and equal opportunity...
Kinship and Tribal Nations
Tribes usually are composed of kinship groups. The difference between a tribe and Western democracy is the difference between individualism and place, and kinship and place...
Traditional Kinship Versus Christian Individualism
A key innovation introduced into the history of social change by the Christian faith is the emphasis on individualism, both secularly and spiritually...
Collective Assimilation: Resisting Full Citizenship
One of the great moments in recent indigenous history was the rejection of full citizenship, most clearly seen in the United States and Canada...
Consensus and Self-Determination
When Europeans found Indigenous Peoples in the Americas, they discovered peoples who had significantly more democratic social and political relations...
Radicalism Between States and Tribes
Do indigenous nations want to reorganize nation states? In general, the answer to this question is no. Then what is the relation between tribes and nation states?...
Assimilation, Integration and Colonization
The expression “colonization” has gained a great amount of use in recent decades. At earlier times, peopled debated about assimilation and integration...
An Indigenous Friendly Nation State?
Most indigenous Peoples are willing to participate in national government institutions, but at the same time want to retain their own ways of self-government, land, and cultural or...
Culture Zones and Indigenous Identity
American Indians and other Indigenous Peoples are often classified as living within culture zones...
Host Nations and American Indian Studies: Respecting Indigenous Peoples
One of the rules observed by indigenous nations is that land is mutually recognized and respected...
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