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Native Americans Still Fighting for Voting Equality
Terry Whitehat remembers gathering at the community hall in Navajo Mountain each election day, where Navajo Nation members in this remote Utah community would cast their ballots...
End-Run on Native Rights—Will It Work?
A South Dakota county fighting the voting-rights lawsuit Poor Bear v. Jackson County has asked the court to dismiss it...
Better Way to Get Money: Enhancing Economic Development and Equal Rights in South Dakota
In a ceremony in Pierre, South Dakota, Oglala Sioux Tribe President John Yellowbird Steele and Secretary of State Shantel Krebs renewed a compact that allows lenders to file the tr...
South Dakota’s Last Stand—Ballot Boxes, Red Herrings and Custer Envy
Jackson County, South Dakota, has dug in for a fight against Oglala Sioux plaintiffs who sued for a full-service satellite voting office on the portion of Pine Ridge Indian Reserva...
Poor Bear Wins A Round: Oglala Voting Suit Advances
A federal judge has shredded claim after claim by a South Dakota county that overlaps the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation but will not guarantee tribal members on-reservation voter r...
Surprise 11th-Hour Native-Vote Agreements
This week, two more South Dakota counties have agreed to provide Indian-reservation polling places during the state’s pre-election early-voting period...
Elephants, Donkeys, Billionaires—and Another Stunning Native Vote Win
UPDATED February 28, 2014: On February 26, South Dakota approved use of its federal Help America Vote Act funds for satellite early-voting and registration offices in three Indian-...
'They Caved': Tribe Claims Win in SD Voting-Rights Suit
Plaintiffs and defendants both claimed victory on August 6, when U.S. District Court Judge Karen Schreier dismissed the Native voting-rights lawsuit Brooks v. Gant ...
Four Directions and Three Sioux Tribes File Civil Rights Complaint
Rosebud Sioux civil rights leader Oliver J...
Supreme Court Decision Rolls Back Voting Rights for S.D. Indians
When the U.S. Supreme Court used Shelby County v...