David E. Wilkins
In 1851 an exasperated Hugh Swinton Legare, the U.S....
5/16/14
Ryan Seelau

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....

12/10/13
David Wilkins

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....

11/7/13
Akilah Kinnison

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

10/8/13
Jared Miller

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....

9/28/13
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...
Richard Walker
6/30/11
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded $15 million to 12 tribal governments in Washington state to help address local affordable housing needs...

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