Steven Newcomb
12/1/16

The best way to understand the idea of decolonization starts with understanding colonization, which is a process of war that one nation wages against another....

Steven Newcomb
11/26/16

With Donald Trump’s recent election to the presidency of the United States, it would appear all bets are off....

Steven Newcomb
11/16/16

The Water Protection Camps at Standing Rock in opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline project are within the treaty-recognized territory of the Oceti Sakowin (the Seven Council Fires of the Great Sioux Nation)....

Steven Newcomb
11/12/16

The concept of civil society is traced to the ancient Roman Empire....

Steven Newcomb
11/8/16

In 1954, at the opening of the era of Termination, the U.S. Justice Department delivered its legal brief to the U.S. Supreme Court, and later delivered oral arguments to the Court on that basis....

Steven Newcomb
11/3/16

Early one recent morning, I was at the Denver airport, waiting to catch a flight back to the Kumeyaay Nation territory, now commonly called “San Diego.” While walking toward the gate for my flight, I saw the Tattered Covers bookstore....

Steven Newcomb
10/27/16

There are different shades of truth in the English language. For example, there are “half-truths,” “partial truths” and “hidden truths.” Whenever I see the phrase “Truth and Reconciliation” being used in Canada, I think of a hidden truth that is being covered up by the very word reconciliation....

Steven Newcomb
10/22/16

In 1954, at the opening of the era of Termination, the U.S. Justice Department delivered its legal brief to the U.S. Supreme Court, and later delivered oral arguments to the Court on that basis....

Steven Newcomb
10/3/16

We are able to think back to a time when our ancestors were living entirely free from and independent of ideas developed across the Atlantic Ocean in a place called Christendom....

Steven Newcomb
9/26/16

A statue is dedicated to the conquistador Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo stands at the Cabrillo National Monument at Point Loma, California. On the ground nearby is a plaque the Navy of the country of Spain placed there a few years ago, with the approval of the U.S. Navy....

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