Patty Talahongva
3/3/15
Most adults might be uncomfortable talking about sexual abuse or suicide or even the loss of culture and language but there are some Native youth who are tackling these tough issue...
David E. Wilkins
5/16/14
In 1851 an exasperated Hugh Swinton Legare, the U.S....
Ryan Seelau
12/10/13

For most people, their sense of who they are—their identity—is at least partially defined from connection to others and to a community. When individuals are forced to sever those connections, the consequences can be devastating....

David Wilkins
11/7/13

I have followed with keen interest the divisive issue of disenrollment of tribal members across Indian country. It is a complicated and depressing subject but, regardless of individual circumstances, the protection of sovereignty is rightly a priority for all those involved....

Akilah Kinnison
10/8/13

Today, 306 members of the Nooksack Indian Tribe in northern Washington State are fighting mass disenrollment from their community....

Jared Miller
9/28/13

If you are following efforts by the Nooksack tribal government to purge 306 members from its rolls, you probably hold one of two views on the matter....

Vincent Schilling
8/1/13
Thanks to the U.S. Census Bureau and its effort to count us all once a decade, we have another interesting list to report on...
Richard Walker
7/3/13
The first tall ships that visited Quinault territory were harbingers of European and American empirical designs. And not all of those visits ended well...
Richard Walker
10/12/12
SEATTLE—Tammy Cooper-Woodrich, Nooksack, knows first-hand the life challenges that can result from brain injury...
Richard Walker
7/18/11
Boulevard Park in Bellingham, Washington was again Si’ Selechem, its historic name. Coast Salish canoes once again landed on her shores...

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