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Coalition for Prisoners’ Rights Addresses UN Human Rights Committee
The United Nations Human Rights Committee recently heard about the violations of indigenous prisoners’ religious freedoms at the hands of the United States throughout the country...
5 Visionaries Who See a Brighter Future for Indian Country
Out of the Pacific Northwest come some visionary ideas for the protection of rights, exercise of sovereignty, intercultural understanding and meeting our future energy needs...
Getting Jobbed: 15 Tribes With Unemployment Rates Over 80 Percent
Indian Country Today Media Network continues to highlight the issues of jobs and economic development in Indian country in conjunction with the 50 th anniversary of the March on Wa...
ACLU Joins Huy in Support of Indigenous Prisoners' Religious Freedoms
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation issued a provisional emergency regulation denying indigenous prisoners access to items used in religious ceremonies in F...
Vern Traversie National Coverage a Disappointment says Round Valley Vice President
On August 15, Joe Dukepoo, the Vice President of the Round Valley Indian Tribes, expressed the tribe’s disappointment over the biased media coverage in California in regards to Ver...
Round Valley Indian Tribes Receive $8.5M in Renumeration From the United States
On April 11, President Barack Obama and his administration announced its intent to settle claims of mismanaged funds with 41 tribes totaling $1.023 billion as reported by Indian Co...
Attack of the Indian-Gaming Fighter, and How the Blowback Against Tribal Gaming Has Evolved
From “not in my backyard” complaints to state and federal politics to flat-out racism, there are plenty of reasons why opponents of Indian gaming are waging war...
Gabe Galanda Named One of Puget Sound's Best Lawyers
Gabe Galanda Gabriel “Gabe” Galanda, an enrolled member of the Round Valley Indian Tribes of Mendocino County, California, has been named by his peers as one of the "Best Lawyers i...
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