Nooksack tribal members facing disenrollment demonstrate beneath a sign bearing the name of the legal firm representing them: Galanda Broadman.
Frank Hopper
In a letter dated October 17, the Department of the Interior notified Nooksack Tribal Chairman Bob Kelly it does not recognize any of the Nooksack council's actions after March 24...
Frank Hopper
I was late arriving for the canoe landings...
Richard Walker
In a special election held on July 14, Nooksack citizens elected four interim Tribal Council members to fill four vacant seats...
Frank Hopper
“Talk in English!” ordered Nooksack Tribal Chairman Bob Kelly at a special public meeting last February. The words made Deborah Alexander’s blood boil...
Richard Walker
More than 140 photos posted on . More than 100 photos posted on Stop Disenrollment’s Facebook page. More than 100,000 views...
Gale Courey Toensing
A recent Associated Press article called “Disenrollment leaves Natives 'culturally homeless'” talks about the "disenrollment epidemic" that has been sweeping through Indian country...
Gale Courey Toensing
Two members of the “Nooksack 306” – Nooksack Indian Tribe citizens who are fighting disenrollment – are awaiting an appeals court ruling on a case involving their alleged unconstit...
Kevin Taylor
The weekend before Thanksgiving has long been the day of thanks for the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde because it was Restoration Day...