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Why Do so Many Tribes Operate Casinos?
Presently, out of 566 Federally recognized tribes in the U.S, 233 tribes operate 420 casinos in 28 states...
Aside from the U.S. Government's Attempt at Genocide, what Has Caused the Most Egregious Cultural Harm to the Psyche of the American Indian People?
Pedophilia, which was an indirect consequence of the Boarding School system. In the late 19th century, when Indians were forced onto reservations by the U.S...
Who Are Your Heroes, Past and Present, Native and Non-Native?
Life is filled with people who become heroes and people whom you admire for one reason or another, but my heroes have always been my ancestors...
Why Is the Debate Over the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux Mascot Important?
First of all, debate is important in airing out the differences of opinion, and there is nothing wrong with that, as long as people RESPECT each other's right to their own opinion...
What Are the Challenges of Walking in Two Worlds?
It is the realization that, at one time, this was only one world, and that it belonged to our people. That having been said, today we find ourselves in a complicated position...
Why Should We Keep Tribal Languages Alive?
I can't stress enough the importance of retaining our tribal languages, when it comes to the core relevance or existence of our people...
What Percentage Indian Do You Have to Be in Order to Be a Member of a Tribe or Nation?
Tribal Nations are the only recognized arbiter of belonging to or being a member of a tribe...
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