Tag: federal indian law
Native Peoples are called wild savages because they are still running around free of the yoke, the bell, and the Dome of Domination.
Debra Utacia Krol
Native American activist Angela Mooney D’Arcy chose the path of protecting sacred sites through her organization, the Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples.
Most Native leaders and federal Indian law attorneys consider the word “domination” too shrill, yet the word “conquest” is treated as fairly typical & ordinary
In “As We Have Always Done” by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, the author works with ideas on indigenous nationhood, rather than declaring them.
Aryan supermen came about during World War II and Hitler’s rise, but they can be found in DC today as well.
How can aboriginal sovereignty—from ‘time immemorial’—coexist with British sovereignty created 200 years ago?
Rumble reminds us—teaches us—that Native peoples provide creative energies to the world, despite invasion and colonization.
Debra Utacia Krol
From environmental studies to an online master’s program for busy hospitality professionals, universities across the U.S. are offering more and more specialty programs for Native students. Check out these five universities, which offer a cornucopia of educational programs, from hospitality and gaming management to fine arts and law.
The controversial trademark of the Washington Redskins may have legal protection, but its use is a poor reflection on the nation.
Montana Wilson, a senior at Montana State University, is the first Native American student to win the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
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