Steven Newcomb

On October 5, 1942, the U.S....

5/30/12
Steve Russell

This term, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case about affirmative action in university admissions, where my alma mater is on the side of diversity for a...

5/3/12
Dan Jones

Seen any Indians on TV lately? Probably not, and you’re not likely to. Here's why: The FCC has allowed the American television Industry, which I like to call "a content provider," because the Internet has changed everything. They don’t know what to call themselves either....

4/13/12
Gale Courey Toensing
3/26/12
Mongi Dhaouadi, the executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations , Connecticut Chapter, hosted the meeting, which he organized with activist Chris Gauvreau...
Steve Russell

Citizenship is a tricky word in Indian country. It’s “citizenship” rather than “membership” if an Indian nation is not a club and you can’t join it....

3/20/12
Duane Champagne
3/14/12
One of the arguments against indigenous self-government is that it requires special rights and stokes the flames of cultural, political and identity difference...
Ruth Hopkins

On New Years Eve, President Obama signed The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)  into law....

1/7/12
Steven Newcomb

On December 1, the United States Senate approved the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA/S. 1867) which includes a provision that would approve the indefinite military detention of anyone, including U.S. citizens, “under the law of war without trial.”...

12/6/11
Tex G. Hall

When Columbus got lost in America, he found healthy, thriving native peoples. Within 100 years, the civilizations he first met were decimated. In North America, north of Mexico, the pre-Columbian population has been estimated at 18 million people....

12/1/11
Peter d'Errico

Mark Savage published his groundbreaking research on federal Indian law in 1991, "Native Americans and the Constitution: The Original Understanding" (NYU Rev....

11/21/11

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