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Toward the Liberation of Our Nations
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Liberating Indigenous from Tradition
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Making The Law Work Beyond Medicaid Expansion
The Supreme Court once again affirmed the legality of the Affordable Care Act. This time the court's answer is unambiguous...
Canada's National Aboriginal Day Has Potential to Change the Conversation and the Government
Dozens of people, tribal leaders, public officials (including Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski and the area's Member of Parliament, Ryan Leef) were gathered around a fire in a prayer...
Missed Opportunities: Indian Country’s Economic Case for Medicaid Expansion
A new White House report details the economic impact of Medicaid expansion and is sharply critical of the 22 states that have not done so...
Why 2016 Is the Ideal Election For a Native Candidate
The first ballots for the 2016 presidential election will be cast in a little more than seven months...
Indian Country's Future Will Be Shaped By How We Use Technology
Do you sleep with your smart phone? Or first thing the next morning, even during the night, do you peek to see what's new?...
Would That It Be True: Bureau Of Indian Affairs’ Extreme Rubber Stamping For Land Into Trust Applications
A couple of years ago Pepperdine Law Review published a student research piece that called the fee-to-trust process found in the Indian Reorganization Act “extreme rubber stamping,...
The Mother of the Earth Returns to Tyonek Native Village
This is a great day for Al Goozmer, president of the Native Village of Tyonek, in Alaska. So the tribal president wants to show us everything in this village of about 200 people...
Reversing Diabetes Rates In Indian Country
Indian country has long faced the epidemic of diabetes with rates 2.3 times greater than the general population...
New Inter-Tribal Fish Commission Formed to Give Alaska Tribes a Say
Alaska reminds me of Washington state. Let me qualify that. Alaska reminds me of Washington state before the mid-1970s...
New Budget Would Require Deep Spending Cuts for Federal Indian Programs
House and Senate negotiators have reached a deal on a budget resolution . That agreement then would go to each House for a vote...
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